Mortar bombs explode in Mogadishu

There have been almost daily attacks in the Somali capital in recent weeks.

    Boys display pieces of an artillery shell that
    hit a house in Mogadishu [Reuters]


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    A Reuters TV witness said the single-room iron shack where the father and son were killed had been obliterated.
     
    There have been almost daily gun, grenade and mortar attacks, most of them in the chaotic capital.
     
    On Sunday, an explosion in the southern port of Kismayu killed at least four people and wounded about 25 others.
     
    The interim government has blamed the bloodshed on Union of Islamic Courts fighters and foreign gunmen.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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