A wounded person and a victim are seen at the scene of a car bomb outside the Education Ministry in Mogadishu on April 14, 2015. AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMED ABDIWAHAB
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Islamist militants Al-Shabab seized control of two towns over two days in southwestern Somalia, a spokesman for the group and local officials said Saturday, less than a week after its fighters attacked an African Union base in the same area.On Saturday, the militants attacked an African Union convoy outside Marka, claiming they killed several soldiers in the attack.On Sept. 1, Shabab stormed an African Union base about 90 km (55 miles) south of Mogadishu, killing at least 12 Ugandan soldiers who served as African Union peacekeepers.
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