Nairobi, November 7 News from Mogadishu: The Somali military said on the 7th that on the 6th, the Somali army
killed 14 militants from the Somali extremist organization “al-Shabaab” in the central part of the country.
The commander of the Somali government forces Odawa Yusuf Raj told the media that the
Somali government forces launched an offensive on the “Al-Shabaab” stronghold
in central Somalia on the night of the 6th, killing 14 “Al-Shabaab” militants
Wounded 15 people, and confiscated a batch of weapons and ammunition.
The Somali “al-Shabaab” claimed that it killed 8 government soldiers and
wounded 12 people in the fierce exchange of fire.
The Somali “al-Shabaab” is an extremist organization associated with the
“Al Qaeda” organization. In recent years, it has launched many terrorist attacks in
Somalia and its neighboring countries.