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Bomu lauwa zaidi ya kumi Mogadishu

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Askari Kanzu, Nov 22, 2011.

  1. Askari Kanzu

    Askari Kanzu JF-Expert Member

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    Roadside bomb kills at least 10 in Mogadishu
    Agence France-PresseNovember 22, 2011

    5749424.jpg A soldier from Burundi serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) mans a frontline position in territory recently captured from insurgents in Deynile District on the northern fringes of the capital Mogadishu, in this handout photograph taken November 18, 2011.

    MOGADISHU - A roadside bomb blast in the Somali capital Mogadishu killed at least 10 civilians and wounded several others Tuesday, police and witnesses said.

    "There was a heavy explosion in Wadajir this afternoon, it was a roadside bomb and we are hearing that more than ten people were killed in the explosion," said Abid Omar, a Somali police officer.

    "We are still investigating who was the target, but all of the casualties are civilians," he said.

    Witnesses said children were killed in the violent blast, which took place on the busy Jayga road in the south of the war-torn city, where Islamist Shebab insurgents have launched repeated guerrilla attacks.

    "It was a horrible attack, I saw the dead bodies of at least nine civilians including children, there is blood and human flesh everywhere," said Sadiq Mohamed, who witnessed the blast.

    "The road is commonly used by the government officials but I'm not sure who was passing at the time of the explosion" he added.

    Moalim Adan Ali, another witness, said the explosion occurred while the road was crowded with people.

    "People were crowded in the area when the explosion occurred - there were eleven civilians who died in the spot", he said, a toll given by other witnesses at the scene.

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  2. Losambo

    Losambo JF-Expert Member

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    Daaaah vita haina macho, nadhani walengwa walikuwa ni wanajeshi wa Kenya au maafisa wa serikali ambao kwa bahati nzuri wamesave nakunasa wengine.
    RIP all marehemu, na Mungu awape wepesi marehemu wapone haraka na kuendelea na shughuli zao za kila siku.
     
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    Kweli vita haina macho. Waliokufa karibuni wote ni raia miongoni mwao watoto wadogo!
     
  4. MaxShimba

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    If this was done by Kenyans, we could be hearing different stories now. Since the killer is Extreme Islamist Harakat Al Shabab, there is no question asked no comments from their relatives of the left wing.

    When will this end?
     
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