Somalia: In a suicide attack in At least 7 people were killed in the capital Mogadishu

The Somali police announced on Wednesday that a car exploded outside a police station in At least 7 people were killed and more than 11 others injured in the Somali capital. The extremist group Al-Shabab took over die Responsibility for the attack.

Police spokesman Colonel Abdi Qani Muhammad Qallaf said the suicide bomber attempted to storm headquarters but failed. He added, “It is possible that more people would have been killed had he not stopped,” noting that two soldiers and three bystanders were among the dead.

Dr. Hashem Sultan of Medina Hospital told the Associated Press that they had received 13 wounded, two of whom died on arrival. Others were badly injured by splinters.

Al-Shabaab often targets prominent areas in Mogadishu departed, and observers have warned that die Pro-Al-Qaeda group die current political tensions in Somalia could use to die To attack the capital again.

The United Nations estimates that tens of thousands of Mogadishu residents fled their homes this week after clashes between rival groups of soldiers over the Sunday die Tenure of President Muhammad Abdullah Muhammad had been extended.

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