Severely wounded of Somalia’s deadliest blast flown to Turkey

More than 300 people have died after twin bomb blasts in Somalia on Saturday, with 40 of the most severely wounded flown to Turkey for further treatment.

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    More than 300 people have died after twin bomb blasts in Somalia on Saturday, with 40 of the most severely wounded flown to Turkey for further treatment.

    It is the deadliest single attack in Somalia's history.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi has more from Nairobi, in neighbouring Kenya.


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