Somalia: Eight dead and 13 children injured as bomb explodes near school in Somalia

The blast occurred in Mogadishu’s Hodan district, near two colleges and the residence of former president Abdikasim Salat Hassan, in accordance with the Somali National News Agency (SNNA).

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Police say the goal was an armored car guarding the United Nations, in accordance with SNNA.

The japanese African Somali capital has been rattled by bomb assaults with dozens both killed or injured.

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The string of bombings has been linked to infamous terror group Al-Shabaab, which has in the previous claimed accountability for among the assaults.

In early March, greater than 20 individuals have been killed, and not less than 30 injured following a lethal automotive explosion on the gates of the favored Luul Yemeni restaurant near the port, police instructed CNN on the time.
Car bomb explodes in Somalia's capital, killing at least 20 people

Al-Shabaab claimed accountability for the assault on the power which was hit twice inside a 12 months.

The restaurant bombing had adopted one other automotive explosion near the Somalian presidential palace in Mogadishu in mid-February.

At least one particular person was killed and 10 wounded in that assault.

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Al-Shabaab had earlier claimed accountability for a bombing on the gate of Mogadishu’s Afrik resort in January.

A former Somali protection minister, Mohamed Nur Galal, was killed in the explosion on the resort, which is usually visited by the nation’s senior officers, police stated.

The Al-Shabaab Islamist sect was dislodged from Mogadishu in 2011 by native forces with assist from the Africa Union, however the terror group has continued to unleash deadly assaults in the town.

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