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Unidentified gunmen killed civilians in Mogadishu

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Nov 2nd, 2014
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Somali Police carried out the massive search and cordon operation in Makka Almukaramah Street in Mogadishu after attacks

Somali Police carried out the massive search and cordon operation in Makka Almukaramah Street in Mogadishu after attacks

Mogadishu ( DIPLOMAT.SO) – A junior attaché for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Investment Promotion of the Federal Republic of Somalia was killed and three civilians were injured Sunday in a drive-by shooting in Bulo-hubei Village, Wadajir district in the capital Mogadishu.

Mohamed Abdi Mohamed " Juusto" junior attaché for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Investment Promotion

Mohamed Abdi Mohamed ” Juusto” junior attaché for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Investment Promotion

According to the witnesses, militants in a car opened fire on a car in Wadajir district, western Mogadishu, leaving Mohamed Abdi Mohamed “ Juusto” dead and three civilians wounded.
The attackers fled the scene .
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack.

On the other hand, armed men shot and killed two female assistant teachers in Darkeynley district in Mogadishu.
Fathi Mohamud Mohamed and Faduma Mohamud Omar who recently graduated from a local University in Mogadishu were heading to garden school where they teach in Mogadishu when gunmen armed with pistol shot them dead.

Fathia and Fatuma

The killers escaped the scene of the crime.
It is not clear the motives behind their killing.

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