Car bomb wounds 4 UN guards in Somalia’s capital

A car bomb wounded at least four UN guards when it exploded near a United Nations compound in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu today, police said.
Al-Qaeda-allied Al Shabaab insurgents claimed responsibility for the attack.
“We can confirm that four guards working for the United Nations were injured,” Major Nur Osman, a police officer at the scene, told Reuters.
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Source: middleeastmonitor.com

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