Three wounded in grenade launchers close to Somalia’s presidential palace

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Mogadishu (AX) – At least two college students and a lady had been injured in a mortar assault close to the presidential palace in Somalia’s capital on Tuesday.

According to eyewitnesses, six grenade launchers had been fired on the palace, one mortar hit contained in the presidential palace and others landed close to the SYL motel, the Ministry of Information and the village of Ex-Fiyore.

No group has but claimed duty for the assault, however the al-Qaeda-linked terrorist group al-Shabaab has claimed duty for the most up-to-date assaults in Somalia.

Since the Somali government-led operation all started final summer season, the group has stepped up its assaults in important cities, along with the capital.

The group attacked the compound that housed Mogadishu’s mayor’s workplace and different neighborhood authorities, killing 5 civilians on Sunday.

The Somali authorities stated the al-Shabab attackers arrived on the compound on foot, disguised as authorities troopers.
The assault all started with an explosion, observed by gunmen storming the constructing.

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