Car bomb in Somali port city of Kismayo injures at least 10

By REUTERS
August 1, 2017 20:55
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MOGADISHU - A car bomb explosion in the southern Somali town of Kismayo wounded at least 10 people on Tuesday, police said.

"We believe it was a car bomb parked here in this busy street. So far we know 10 civilians were injured," said Mohamud, a police officer who gave his first name only.

Residents gave a larger number of casualties, saying up to 20 may have been injured.

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