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Aftermath of hotel attack in Somalia's capital


Aftermath of an Islamist militant attack on the Hayat Hotel in Somalia's Mogadishu, which killed at least 13 civilians, according to officials. Fighters from the Al-Qaeda affiliate Al-Shabaab stormed the Hayat Hotel in Mogadishu on Friday evening in a hail of gunfire and bomb blasts. IMAGES

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