Somalia-based terror group Al-Shabaab has claimed responsibility for two bomb attacks that separately happened in the capital Mogadishu and in the South West State capital Baidoa.
According to a statement from the militant group published on Al-Shabaab propaganda websites, two members of the government forces were killed while eight others were wounded after a vehicle filled with explosives was detonated near the port of Mogadishu.
Other reports say the attack targeted officers from the Ministry of Finance’s department of inland taxation.
In Baidoa, a bomb planted inside a restaurant exploded, killing five people including women and wounding six others. Al-Shabab claimed the attack killed four soldiers.
Source: Somali Affairs.