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Two people died in an explosion in the capital of Somalia

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — In the capital of Somalia – the city of Mogadishu – an explosion occurred, which killed two people. This was announced September 18 edition of Garowe Online.

According to reports, we are talking about a bomb detonation next to the car of a Somali deputy Abdulkadir Arabou. As a result of the incident, the bodyguard and driver of the politician died, and Arabow himself was not injured.

Several more people were injured of varying severity, according to Dalsan radio .

Also, due to the explosion, the restaurant and hotel were destroyed.

On September 9, it was reported that an explosion occurred in the building in Saratov , which injured one tenant. During the inspection, officers found the remains of an exploding grenade in the room.

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