MOGADISHU (Sh.M.Network)—At least 10 people are confirmed to have been injured in a grenade attack on a wedding party in Somali capital, Mogadishu on Friday evening, witnesses and police said.
Ali Mohamed, deputy district police boss, told Shabelle Media by phone that the hand-grenade was lobbed into a house at former Milk factory in Hodon district, where hundreds of men and women were taking part this evening a wedding ceremony.
Mr. Mohamed has immediately accused Al shabab to be behind the bomb attack.
Somalia’s capital has been wracked by violence since the United Nations-backed interim government, aided by troops from African Union (AU), ousted Al shabab, in August 6, 2011.
Al shabab responded with guerrilla- style attacks on government and AU troops in Mogadishu.
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