Somalia hotel siege: More than 20 die in al-Shabab attack

“It has been terrible, really terrifying living next door to the gunfire, the explosions. It was one of the most horrible things I have ever seen in Mogadishu,” Abdisalam Guled, a former deputy director of Somalia’s national intelligence agency, told the BBC.



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