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.
Al Qaeda-linked Al Shabab claimed responsibility for the attack in capital Mogadishu, saying it killed six delegates and five police officers.
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.
Al Shabab killed at least seven people as they fought government security forces in a town north of the capital.
Somali presidential spokesman says Turkiye's public broadcaster TRT will help Somali filmmakers produce quality dramas.
Two Somali state media journalists were wounded, one of them seriously, in the blast that hit their vehicle in the capital Mogadishu.
Hours after a roadside bomb blast injured three policemen in Mogadishu, a suicide bomber hit AMISOM peacekeepers near an army base.
At least eight people were killed in the blast, which was claimed by Al Qaeda affiliated Al Shabab terror group.
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.
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