As a result of explosions outside the hotel Sahafi in the Somali capital Mogadishu has killed 39 people.
About it reports Reuters referring to the message of law enforcement bodies.
A police spokesman said: “We have confirmed that during yesterday’s bombings killed 39 civilians, and 40 wounded. The death toll could rise because some people still do not exist”.
Earlier it was reported that on Friday, November 9, in the Somali capital city of Mogadishu – there was a major terrorist attack. Suicide bombers staged two explosions, sending two car bombs at the building of the hotel Sahafi Hotel, which is usually to stop foreign journalists and UN staff. It is reported by KP.ru.
According to recent reports, the attack killed 17 people. However, local law enforcement officials believe that the number of victims “will increase”. “At the moment we can confirm the death of 17 civilians. They went by public transport to the site of the incident, when there were explosions and shooting”, – quotes the representative of the Somali police Ali Nur Reuters.
Incidentally, it is worth noting that the attacks in Somalia are not uncommon. For example, in October of last year in Mogadishu has also exploded two bombs