Twin suicide blasts killed at least 30 in Somalia

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Al-Shabaab group’s military operation spokesman Sheikh Abdiasis Abu Musab endorsed the attack and said that they targeted government officials and forces.

Twin suicide blasts killed at least 30 in Somalia

Police said, at least 30 people have been killed and 40 others injured in twin suicide bomb attack by Somalia’s Al-Qaeda affiliated Al-Shabaab terror organization in south-central Somalia yesterday.

A western news agency reported that the blasts rocked a busy spot near a restaurant in the center of the city of Baidoa.

 “The restaurant and the junction were very busy and the death toll may rise,” the Police Major Bilow Nurr told to the western news agency.

It is also reported that police Colonel Abdi Osman confirmed, 30 people killed and 40 wounded when one bomb had blown up at the junction, while another explosion had targeted the restaurant.

Al-Shabaab group’s military operation spokesman Sheikh Abdiasis Abu Musab endorsed the attack and said that they targeted government officials and forces, according to the western news agency.

However, the attack comes just of days after Al-Shabaab fighters killed 14 people with a car bomb and stormed the Somali Youth League hotel in Mogadishu.

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