At least four killed in two bomb attacks in Somalia
At least two people were killed and seven others wounded on Saturday in a landmine in Somalia's capital Mogadishu. The attack took place in Mogadishu’s Hiliwa district, according to Ahmed Abdulle, a local police officer who spoke to Radio Dalsan over the phone. "The attack was a landmine explosion attack, an improvised explosive device targeted Carib vehicle,'' Abdulle added. No group has yet claimed responsibility for the bomb attack but Somali-based al-Shabaab, an al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group, has been responsible for many deadly bombings in the Horn of Africa country. Elsewhere, Governor of Bay region in Southwest state Ali Wardhere has survived a suicide bombing after a bomber blew up at a barber in central Baidoa. Two civilians and one of the governor’s bodyguards were killed in the explosion. Authorities in Southwest have not yet commented on the incident.