SOMALIA: Four civilians killed in attack on AMISOM forces in Mogadishu

Published: October 30, 2010

A roadside bomb targeted a convoy of African Union peacekeepers (AMISOM) in Mogadishu the capital of Somalia, today.
The attack took place on the Warshadaha (Industrial road) in Mogadishu, a convoy of the Burundian peacekeepers was targeted.
According to eyewitnesses one of the AMISOM vehicles was hit by a landmine.
At least four civilians were killed after the attack, when AMISOM troops opened fire on near by buildings.
The militant group Al Shabaab have claimed the responsibility for the attack, according to the spokesman of the group, four AMISOM troops were killed in the explosion.
Still, there is no official word from the AMISOM peacekeepers on the casualities sustained during the attack.
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