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FILE -- In this file photo of Thursday, Oct. 21, 2010, al-Shabaab fighters display weapons as they conduct military exercises in northern Mogadishu, Somalia. When Somalia's al-Qaida linked rebels withdrew from their bases in the capital last month, a host of explanations were offered: being outgunned or out of cash, splits in the movement, a devastating famine in their strongholds. Added to those woes was a problem familiar to politicians the world over: tax collection.(AP Photo/ Mohamed Sheikh Nor/ File)

Warplanes pound Al-shabab figthers in Somalia

Warplanes pound Al-shabab figthers in Somalia
MOGADISHU- Danan –FM- Unkown warplanes have carried out over night airstrikes against Al-shabab fighters in Southern Somalia, lower Shabelle region, government offifcials say.
The warplanes have pounded bases in KM50 vicity which falls under the Islamist group of Alshabab, the Al-qaida linked group which based in Somalia.
Cisman Ali Suweyr Spoke to Radio Danan over the phone and told that warplanes conducted air bombaedments on Shabab controlled areas in lower Shabelle region, in south western stae of Somalia.
According, Ali Suwer nearly 7 Al-shabab vehicles were burnt and dozens of its fighters were killed in the attack, adding that warplanes which conducted over night airstrikes remained unknown.
No group has claimed the ponsiblity for the bombarments of Al-shabab in Southern Somalia, lower Shabelle region.
Al-shabab militants didn’t comment the latest series attacks whicj conducted by warplanes on its controlled in Souther Somalia.

Written by: Mohamed Ibrahim Bulbul