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Reuters cameraman capturing this explosion on film in Somalia. The second of two in a coordinated bomb attack that's left 13 dead. Somalia's Al-Shabaab militant group claiming the explosions. The first of which came after a suspected suicide car bomb rammed into the gates of a hotel in the capital Mogadishu.
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As media and security forces gathered a second detonation went off leaving journalists injured by the blast and many running for cover. Al-Shabaab has a history of bomb and gun attacks in the capital. It wants to impose strict Islam in Somalia and topple the Western-backed government. Somali and African Union Forces have driven the group out of its key urban strongholds in the last two years.
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But it remains active from bases in rural areas.>>
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