Al Shabab terror group claimed responsibility for the attack which left at least 4 dead and several others wounded.
Tuesday's pre-dawn attack on the camp began with a car bomb, followed by a furious firefight that is believed to have killed at least 10 Burundian soldiers and 20 Al Shabab terrorists.
Six killed and seven other people were wounded after the explosion said a health official as the attack was followed by sporadic gunfire, according to a witness.
Gunfire, explosions rock Somali capital, Interior Ministry says, blaming Al Shabab terror group for attacking government facilities.
Cafe patrons, who included both soldiers and civilians, were sipping tea when a man in an explosive vest detonated at a tea shop opposite a Somali military training camp in capital Mogadishu.
Mohamed Ibrahim Moalimuu appears to be the sole target in the attack, claimed by al Shabab group, near his residence in the capital Mogadishu.
A suicide car bomb blast took place outside the international airport in Somalia’s capital, killing at least 8 people and injuring 5 others.
Stage set in conflict-ravaged country for evening screening of two short films "Hoos" and "Date from Hell" with tickets on sale for $10 each.
Suicide car bomb attack targets Mogadishu's police commissioner, killing at least nine people and wounding many others, health official says.
The attack targeted a crowded tea shop near heavily guarded government institutions that is often frequented by members of the Somali security forces.
The reason cited for the closing of the Dadaab refugee complex is security, but it could also be a bargaining chip in an international maritime dispute.
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