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At least six people dead after a suicide bomber blew himself up in Mogadishu, Somalia on Tuesday.
The attack happened in a restaurant near a police base, the brain behind the attack is unknown.
Sadik Ali, police spokesman confirmed the death of six people.
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Huge cloud of smoke was seen rising from the restaurant and ambulance driving to the site.
Terrorist group al Shabaab is known for frequently bombing different places in Mogadishu. The bombing is part of its campaign to topple the central government.
The explosion ripped through rush hour as Somalia returned to work after its weekend. At least 125 people were wounded, Aamin Ambulance service director Abdiqadir Abdulrahman said, and hundreds of Mogadishu residents donated blood in response to desperate appeals.
The Al Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on Monday, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers.
No group has claimed responsibility. Such attacks are commonplace in Somalia, where militant organisation al Shabaab have been waging a 12-year campaign to topple the central government.
Security officials and witnesses reported bodies strewn on the ground as plumes of smoke rose high into the air after the bomb detonated on Mogadishu's Maka Al-Mukarama road, one of the seaside capital's main thoroughfares, an area busy with businesses and travellers.
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