Big terrorist attack in Somalia capital Mogadishu
Big terrorist attack in Somalia capital Mogadishu

Somalia Terror Attack: A hotel in the middle of Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, was taken over by the terrorist group al-Shabaab on Saturday. Reports state that the attack occurred in the capital of Somalia amid gunfire following two vehicle explosions. Al-Shabaab, a terrorist organization, has taken responsibility. The director and founder of Mogadishu’s Amen Ambulance Services, Abdikadir Abdirahman, reported that nine injured persons were taken from the hotel late on Friday. Eight civilians have been killed in the terrorist attack, according to the news.

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Two car bombs were detonated in front of the Hotel Hyatt, a police officer reportedly informed the news agency ANI. One struck the fence outside the hotel, while the other struck the gate. The terrorists may have managed to get inside the hotel, according to speculation. Under the condition of anonymity, two intelligence officers verified the occurrence.

An armed terrorist group connected to al-Qaeda by the name of Al-Shabaab has taken credit for the assault. According to security officials, the security forces and the terrorists, who were still hiding within the structure, engaged in a violent firefight after the attack. In Mogadishu, Hotel Hyatt is a well-known location. where a lot of other hotels are located. Both people and government representatives frequent this location.

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Over the last ten years, Al-Shabaab has been assaulting the Somali government in an attempt to overthrow it. The terrorist group seeks to impose its rule using strict Islamic law as a foundation. Police forces were waging a battle to thwart the attack, according to a police official, who was reported by the government-run Somali National News Agency on its Twitter account. The organization published a photo of the area with smoke rising above it.

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