Nairobi, April 3 Mogadishu news: Somali government officials said on the 3rd that a suicide bomb attack occurred in the capital Mogadishu that night, killing six people and injuring four.
Ismail Mukhtar Omar, spokesman of the Somali government, told Xinhua News Agency that the attack took place at 7 p.m. that night, when a suicide attacker detonated a bomb outside a store in Shangani district, Mogadishu, killing six people and injuring four people, including three women and one child. Child.
Omar said that the target of the attackers may be police stations or government agencies near the scene of the explosion.
At present, no organization has claimed to have caused the attack.
According to the Somali military, that morning, the government army defeated the attack launched by the extremist organization Al-Shabaab militants in two military bases in the Lower Shabelle region of southern Somalia, killing 85 militants and arresting 15.
Somali Al-Shabaab is an extremist organization affiliated with Al-Qaeda, which has launched frequent terrorist attacks in Somalia and its neighboring countries in recent years.