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Somalia Blast: At least 15 dead in Mogadishu attack

There are reports up to 15 people have been killed in an attack in the center of Somalia's capital Mogadishu. Police say the dead include a member of cabinet. The bomb and gun attack targetted a complex housing two government ministries. The armed group Al Shabab has claimed responsibility. #Somalia #blast #SomaliaBlast

Al Shabab claims responsibility for deadly Somalia blast

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Somalia Blast: Huge explosion in market in Somalia's capital

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