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IED Kills 6 SNA Soldiers Near Afgoye

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Thursday July 26, 2018 - 01:14:40 in Daily News by Journalist Bashiir
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    IED Kills 6 SNA Soldiers Near Afgoye

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IED Kills 6 SNA Soldiers Near Afgoye
Waagacusub.net :Six government soldiers were on Wednesday killed when a roadside bomb explosion hit their vehicle between Afgoye and Wanlawenyn, Radio Dalsan reports.
 
The six soldiers were part of a convoy escorting food supplies to the SNA military base at Ballidogle Airport.

Somali militant group claimed responsibility for the attack through it’s affiliated websites.

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