Mogadishu: More than 40 people were reportedly killed in a 30-hour protest by terrorists who entered the Somalia hotel. A total of 40 people, including innocent people, were killed in this fierce exchange of fire between the terrorists and the army.
In Somalia, the terrorist group Al-Shabaab, which has been attacking the country’s government for the past 15 years, opened fire on a hotel on Friday evening, killing more than 40 people, causing fear in the region.
In the Mogadishu hotel where the incident is said to have taken place, a terrorist group called Al-Shabaab suddenly broke in yesterday and started shooting. Immediately after that, the Somali army soldiers rushed to the scene and retaliated against the terrorists.
A total of 40 people, including innocent people, were killed in this terrible exchange of fire between the terrorists and the army. However, the army is said to have rescued most of them, including children. And the conflict between the two sides, which is said to have lasted for about 30 hours, ended yesterday.
Speaking to the media, the Somali Defense Force Commander said, There has been no firing in the building in the last hour. The security forces have now completely broken the siege of the militants.
Also, the buildings may have buried explosives. It should also be removed,” he said. However, he did not say anything about how many people were killed by the terrorists.