French, Kenyan doctors and Somali driver killed by land mine in Somalia

Two foreign doctors and a Somali driver died Monday when their vehicle hit a land mine in the southern Somali town of Kismayo, police said. Another foreign doctor and three Somalis were injured. All the victims worked for the Dutch branch of Medecins Sans Frontieres, the international medical aid organization, said Kismayo police chief Ibrahim Kalif Shanfol. He said the doctors killed were French and Kenyan. They had been working at the town hospital for four months, said Mohamed Abdirashid Dure, who also works at the hospital.