Terrorist militia: Al-Shabaab attacks several government buildings in Mogadishu

Terrorist militia: Al-Shabaab attacks several government buildings in Mogadishu

There are repeated attacks on government members and police and military facilities in Somalia. Same this night.

The Islamist terrorist militia Al-Shabaab has attacked three strategically important districts in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu. Shells fell on Sunday night in the Bondhere district, where the residence of President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and Prime Minister Hamsa Abdi Barre is located, Mohamed Dahir, a senior police officer, told the German Press Agency. No deaths have been reported so far, said Dahir.

In addition, two grenades damaged a police building in the Abdiasis district, which is in the immediate vicinity of the presidential palace, said Dahir. At least four police officers were injured. In the Shibis district, another shell landed near the headquarters of the intelligence and security service. The police have launched a large-scale search for the perpetrators.

Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack through its propaganda radio station Andalus. The terrorist group has been carrying out repeated attacks in the country of 18 million people in the Horn of Africa for years. The attacks are primarily focused on government members, police and military facilities, as well as hotels and restaurants frequented by prominent businessmen and foreigners.

Source: Stern

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