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Roadblocks in Mogadishu, as the country marks the first anniversary of 14th Oct attack

Storyline:National News

The Somali federal government security forces have blocked all the major roads in the capital Mogadishu as today the country marks the first anniversary of 14 Oct attack.

Heavy security forces were seen on the main roads refusing the transport and private vehicles to use the roads as the pedestrians are walking along the roads to reach their workplaces.

Federal government leaders are expected to arrive at KM5 Zoobe intersection where the horrific attack happen on14th October 2017.

On 14 October 2017, a massive blast caused by a truck bombing in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, killed approximately 600 people and injured more than 300.

Islamist militant group al-Shabab group, which regularly arranges acts of terrorism throughout the country and particularly in the city of Mogadishu, has not claimed responsibility of the attack.

one year later, today marks the first anniversary of 14 October which will remain a painful reminder for the families of those who died along with the rest of Somali Government and Society alike.

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