Death toll from Somalia Bomb Attacks tops 300

twin bomb explosions in Mogadishu
Somali soldiers check the wreckage of a car bomb outside the UN's office in Mogadishu, Somalia, Tuesday, July 26, 2016. A suicide bomber detonated an explosives-laden car outside the United Nations Mine Action Service offices in Mogadishu, killing 13 people, including seven U.N. guards, a Somali police official said. (AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh)

More than 300 people died after twin bomb explosions in Mogadishu, residents packed hospitals in search of friends and relatives caught up in Somalia’s deadliest attack in a decade.

The death toll has steadily risen since Saturday, when the blasts – for which no organization had claimed responsibility for struck at two busy junctions in the heart of the city.

Abdikadir Abdirahman, the director of the city’s ambulance service speaking to reuters today said 300 persons have been confirmed dead from the blast and that the death toll will still be higher because some people are still missing

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