November 2016 Mogadishu car bombing

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November Mogadishu car bombing
Part of War in Somalia (2009–present)
Location Waberi District, Mogadishu, Somalia
Date 26 November 2016
Target Police station
Attack type
Car Bombing
Deaths 20[1]
Non-fatal injuries
Perpetrators Al-Shabaab

The November Mogadishu car bombing occurred on 26 November 2016.[2] At least 20 people were killed by the explosion of a car bomb near a market in the Somali capital Mogadishu.[3][4] Medical sources told the AFP news agency that the death toll could be as high as 30.[5]

See also


  1. ^ Olad, Mohamed. "Somali Forces Arrest Suspect in Deadly Market Attack".
  2. ^ "Suspected car bomb kills at least 10 people in Somali capital". 26 November 2016 – via Reuters.
  3. ^ "Somali Forces Arrest Suspect in Deadly Market Attack".
  4. ^ "Somali Forces arrest suspect in deadly Market attack - GOOBJOOG NEWS". 27 November 2016.
  5. ^ "Car bomb attack in Somalia kills 11". Retrieved 26 Nov 2016.
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