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Ugandan president condemns terror attack in Somalia

A truck bomb on Saturday went off in Mogadishu leaving over 270 people dead and hundreds injured.

Ugandan president condemns terror attack in Somalia

A truck bomb on Saturday went off in Mogadishu leaving over 270 people dead and hundreds injured.

16 October 2017 Monday 20:40
Ugandan president condemns terror attack in Somalia

KAMPALA, October 16 -- Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Monday condemned the terror attack in the Somali capital Mogadishu that killed more than 270 people.

"Uganda strongly condemns the cowardly terrorist attacks in Mogadishu that left hundreds dead. Condolences to the people of Somalia," Museveni said in a twitter message.

Uganda provides the bulk of the African Union peacekeeping troops in Somalia that are helping to pacify the country.

A truck bomb on Saturday went off in Mogadishu leaving over 270 people dead and hundreds injured.

Xinhua

Updated: 16.10.2017 20:51
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