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    Somalia:The hero who saved the lifes of More than 20 journalists is currently in security risk

    Waagacusub.net - Hussein Baari is a young journalist and the editor of Saxafipress.com. He was among a group of journalists who were sitting at the Village restaurant near the Somalia's presidential palace in Mogadishu, on Saturday morning when

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Waagacusub.net - Hussein Baari is a young journalist and the editor of Saxafipress.com. He was among a group of journalists who were sitting at the Village restaurant near the Somalia's presidential palace in Mogadishu, on Saturday morning when a suicide bomber entered the restaurant with explosive devices.

Hussein saw the suicide bomber and immediately informed more than 20 journalists to run away from the restaurant because at that time the a suicide bomber was trying to explode his devices and kill all the journalists.


Nearly 2 dead in the suicide attack. None of the journalists among those who were in the restaurant not killed or wounded, all of them survived because of Hussein’s Information.


Mr Baari gave an interview to the BBC and talked about how he saw the suicide bomber and saved the journalists when the suicide bomber entered the restaurant, Hussein’s story became viral.


Hours after that my friend Hussein as he told me he received death threats from Al-Shabab group affiliated to Al-Qaeda  who accused him for being responsible for the foiled attack in achieving their goal (Killing More journalists and civilians).


My friend Hussein is currently in security risk for saving the lifes of more than 20 journalists and civilians.


Shocked and worried to learn how he’s suffering my friend. However definitely I can say Hussein Baari he's a true hero who saved the lifes of more than 20 journalists and deserved to be praised and get protection.


Mohamed Hassan Bashle

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Mohamed Bashle Freelance reporter in Mogadishu, Somalia.

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