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A car bomb attack in the Somali capital killed 4 people and injured 4

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Nairobi, January 2 Mogadishu news: Somali government officials said on the 2nd that a car bomb attack occurred in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, on the same day, killing at least four people and injuring four people, including a Turkish citizen.

Somali government spokesman Ismail Mukhtar Omar told Xinhua News Agency that the attack occurred that morning and targeted a Turkish company that contracted the Mogadishu-Afgooye road.

In addition to one Turkish citizen killed, four other Turkish citizens were injured.

On the same day, the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement strongly condemning the attack and said that Turkey was paying close attention to the situation of injured Turkish citizens.

The extremist organization Al-Shabaab in Somalia claimed to have caused the attack.

Al-Shabaab in Somalia is an extremist organization associated with Al-Qaida.

In recent years, it has launched many terrorist attacks in Somalia and neighboring countries.

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