MOGADISHU (Sh.M.Network) — Witness say they heard a huge deafening explosion on Friday morning in Somalia’s Baidoa town, a strategic city located some 256 kilometres (159 miles) northwest of the capital Mogadishu.
Friday attack that caused a remote-controlled land-mine bomb went off in the heart of Somalia’s third largest city, targeting Somali soldiers, according the witnesses. No deaths or injures reported following the attack.
Mahad Abdirahman, the police chief of Bay region, told Shabelle Media Network by phone that security forces have carried out operations over the blast and no suspect was arrested.
On February 22, 2012 somali government forces, with the support of Ethiopian troops recaptured the town from Al shabab militants, all without encountering bloody clashes or resistance.
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