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Atleast 15 Killed in Explosions near Somalia Army Camp

Atleast 15 died in Explosions in Army Camp in Saumali

At least 15 soldiers were killed in two Somalia army camps that exploded at the same time on Saturday. The army confirmed the deaths, saying the attackers were also heavily harmed. The attack has been claimed by the radical group al-Shabaab.

Meanwhile, in another incident, a suicide bomber exploded in the capital Mogadishu, killing at least six people. Police spokesman gave this information. No organization has claimed responsibility for the attack yet.

Speaking to local media, the General of the Somali National Army, Odawa Yusuf Rageh, confirmed the attacks in the two army camps, saying al-Shabaab had suffered heavy losses and could not even carry the bodies of some of his commanders dead. He told that the army is chasing the runaway attackers.

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