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Somali terror group kills at least a dozen in bombings
Somali terror group kills at least a dozen in bombings

Somali terror group Al Shabab claimed responsibility for two suicide car bombings that killed at least a dozen civilians Monday south of the capital city of Mogadishu, the first attack since the group’s leader was killed a week earlier by a U.S. airstrike. Dozens more were wounded in the explosions, including soldiers from the African Union force, AMISOM, which is fighting Al Qaeda-linked Al Shabab to protect Somalia's fragile government. News agencies were reporting anywhere between 12 and 24 people killed, many of them passengers in a civilian commuter minibus. The twin bombings, an hour apart on the same road south of Mogadishu, both targeted AMISOM personnel. “We...

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