At least four people have been killed and 10 others injured in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu by a suicide bombing at a tea shop near a military base, the state-run SONNA news agency said, with al-Shabab claiming responsibility for the attack. Al Jazeera reports that the attack came just two days after Somalia’s government spokesman was injured in a bombing in Mogadishu also claimed by al-Shabab, while on January 12, several people died in a suicide car bomb blast in a separate attack targeting a busy part of the capital.
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