Mortar shells struck the presidential palace of a Somali regional state on Saturday after the election for a number of federal parliament seats kicked off there under tight security. Al-Qaeda-aligned militant group Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility via its Andalus Radio, though regional officials have not immediately commented on the attack.
RIP: Several People Killed, Among Them Students After an Explosion Targeting United Nations Officers
Several people have passed away after a deadly explosion that targeted white soldiers that guard United Nations offices. Al-Shabaab militants targeted a convoy belonging to a local security firm that “guards the UN" in the city of Mogadishu. Sources said the attack was carried out by an unknown suicide bomber who was driving a car full of explosives.
It's with great sorrow to report that 8 people have already been confirmed dead in the bomb explosion that was targeting the United Nations security convoy leaving 17 people injured. The explosion has happened in Mogadishu which is the capital city of Somalia, although there is no group of terrorists that has come out to announce being involved in the planning of the attack at the moment.
Reports just in indicate that the Capital City of Somalia, Mogadishu, has this morning experienced a bomb attack. According to journalist Harun Maruf, the bombing reportedly took place at around 7:30 a.m. "BREAKING: The explosion occurred at Mogadishu’s Via Lenin street, linking K4 to the Tarabunka square.
Elite police unit at a past training scene An elite police unit on Wednesday night gunned down suspected Al-Shabaab terrorists a few moments after the terrorist had killed a popular businessman. A suspected terrorist targeted a businessman in the Dharkeynley district of Mogadishu on Wednesday afternoon and put him down.
A cargo plane registered as Ey-360 has been reportedly catches fire after landing at Dolow airstrip .Locals said the aircraft was carrying food supplies from Mogadishu to Dolow in Gedo region. No casualties reported. At least two UPDF soldiers killed and three others injured in an AlShabaab IED attack near Janaale town in Somalia's L/Shabelle region Yesterday.
Eight people reportedly lost their lives and several others suffered injuries following a bomb attack near a primary school in Somalia's Capital City Mogadishu on Thursday [today] morning. "Eight civilians were killed and 17 others wounded in the blast," Abdifatah Adan, a spokesman for Somalia's police, said in a brief statement, without divulging much details.
RIP: Somalia Ends Maritime Court Ruling Celebrations in Tears After Al-Shabaab's Deadly Attack-VIDEO
Somalia's big celebrations on Tuesday were cut short after a deadly attack by Al-Shabaab militants. Somalis were in a celebrations mood after the historical ruling by the International Court of Justice on the maritime dispute between Somalia and Kenya. The court ruled in favour of Somalia by splitting the disputed maritime triangle between the two nations, a ruling that went against Kenya's wish.
A huge explosion on Thursday 25 November, 2021 hit Somalia's capital city Mogadishu, leading to the collapse of walls of a nearby stored hospital and massive destruction of property. According to reports, the Thursday mid - morning blast occurred near the popular K4 junction in the heart of Mogadishu city.
Joe Biden Govt Speak After Al-Shabaab Attack That Targeted UN Officers Today, 25 Casualties Reported
A few hours after a deadly suicide attack that left behind at least 25 casualties, President Joe Biden government has broken the silence. On Thursday morning, a heavy and loud explosion was heard in Somalia, in front of Mucassar school at Hodan district in Mogadishu. The explosion resulted from a suicide bomber from Al-Shabaab, who targeted a convoy belonging to a local security firm that “guards the UN".
Officers at the scene of the explosion (Photo Courtesy: Twitter) The Horn of Africa, Somalia, has been experiencing several terror attacks from suspected Al shaabab terrorists who have caused unsettlement and war in the country. According to multiple reliable sources, there has been a very huge explosion in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu that has left several people dead, and scores injured.
A car terror bombing was witnessed today November 25th, 2021 in the Somali capital city Mogadishu. The early morning incident was aimed at the United Nations Security convoy. The attack has claimed the lives of eight people. Seventeen others have sustained serious injuries. The saddest part is that among the people injured are thirteen students.
Photo courtesy is used to report the news. Criminal activities are one of the common problems that are affecting developing countries in Africa. Political powers and the hunger for leadership between the opposition and the ruling party have led to disagreements all over the nation. Somalia is one of the nations that terror attacks happen now and then.
Photo Courtesy. The increasing number of cases involving Abductions and killings in the country has been a major cause for concern in recent days with many Kenyans losing their lives after they came face to face with the kidnappers. A few months ago, a Kenyan Businessman Mohammad Bashir is said to have been kidnapped at Ngong before his body was found in a river in Muranga.
A prominent journalist who was a critic of the Alshabab armed group was killed by a suicide bomber few minutes after leaving a capital restaurant as he was heading to his car. The Alshabab claimed responsible for the blast which lead to the death of the journalist and as a result left several injured.The journalist was on the limelight for showing a big light of the alshabab by revealing the group's secrets.
The Al-Shabaab is a militia group based in Somalia. The group has a strong faith in their religion and any member found going against it receives harsh consequences. On Wednesday, the dreaded militia group executed one man who was found guilty of invoking magic. According to Shabelle Media Network, a local Independent News network based in Mogadishu, the man faced a public execution at Jamame town in the presence of villagers.
Photo Courtesy. For several weeks, Kenyans have been wondering who abducted Regional Security Expert Dr. Abdisamad before he was released a few days later. The Somali-born scholar disappeared for 12 days before appearing at his gate on one Saturday evening. Dr. Abdisamad has finally shared details of his captors and what transpired while he was in their custody.
On October 16, 2011, Kenya sent its troops to the neighbouring war-torn Somalia in a bid to help combat the threat of terrorism. Somalia, a country located in the Horn of Africa and Kenya's immediate neighbour, has not had a functional and well constituted government since January 1991 when then President, Said Barre, fled the country following escalating civil war.
A suicidal car bomb is reported to have killed at least seven people with nine others left with injuries after a bomb erupted around the President's resident in the capital city of Somali, Mogadishu. As reported by an official, "a suicide car bomb which exploded at Ceelgaab junction killed seven people and injured eight others," Muawiye Mudeey, district commissioner of Mogadishu's Hamarjajab district stated.
Welcome to today's news kindly stay with us and go through the news. Somalia is one of the few African countries that are lacking political instability. An explosion has blasted in Mogadishu at a place about 8km to the villa Somalia and more than 8 people have died and more than 26 people were injured.