At least two people were killed in a suicide attack on military personnel in the Somali capital. On Saturday, June 5, reports Al-Araby citing police and sources.
The incident took place in Mogadishu, as a result of which two people were killed and another 23 injured. According to sources of the publication, the attacker committed a terrorist attack near a busy bus stop while the military was crossing the checkpoint.
“The blast was caused by a suicide bomber trying to strike at a military convoy passing by the area,” Somali police spokesman Sadiq Dudishe told the publication.
He also confirmed the information about the dead and wounded and added that among them there are several soldiers.
According to the testimony of the witnesses of the incident, the terrorist’s target was a group of the military, but in the end, including the civilian population, was injured.
At the moment, no one has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Earlier, on March 28, on March 28, an explosion occurred near a Catholic church in the city of Makassar in Indonesia. It was carried out by a suicide bomber during his service. At the scene, police found body parts and a motorcycle damaged by the explosion.