Somalia: 6 employees of a telecommunications company were killed in an explosion in Mogadishu Somalia: 6 employees of a telecommunications company were killed in an explosion in Mogadishu

Somalia: 6 employees of a telecommunications company were killed in an explosion in Mogadishu

Somalia: 6 employees of a telecommunications company were killed in an explosion in Mogadishu

The Somali government reported that Al-Shabaab militants attacked employees of a telecommunications company in the capital, Mogadishu, killing 6 employees.

Six employees of a telecommunications company were killed, on Sunday evening, as a result of an attack launched by fighters of the terrorist Al-Shabaab movement through a bombing in the Gersbali area on the outskirts of the capital, Mogadishu.

The Somali government said, in a statement, that the movement’s targeting of the employees of the “Harmuud” communications company, while they were doing their work, “expresses the extent of their danger (the movement’s elements) and their hatred towards the Somali people.”

She appealed to the people to "stand with the security services to eliminate terrorists."

As of 22:00 GMT, Al-Shabaab had not claimed responsibility for this bombing, which came a week after the killing of more than 100 of its militants in a military operation carried out by the army in the center of the country.

For years, the Somali government has been waging a war against the movement, which was founded in early 2004 and is affiliated with Al-Qaeda, and it claimed responsibility for bombings that claimed the lives of civilians and members of the army and police.

In 2011 and 2012, government forces expelled Al-Shabaab members from the main cities, but they are still spread across large rural areas.

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