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video the N. held by local elders and lawmakers were having a meeting at this hotel when a car bomb went off the Islamist gunman stormed in it took security forces eleven hours to and the attack in Somalia southern port city of Kismayu police said among the many dead I regional presidential candidate at least two local journalists and a U. N. worker and foreign as as well as Somalis from Kenya Tanzania the U. K. and the United States schools were wounded an immediate claim of responsibility came from al Shabaab and al Qaeda linked Islamist group that's trying to talk to somebody is weak U. N. backed government it gave a different death toll to the official one something that often happens saying it had killed thirty people and lost four of its fighters as well , Kismayu is the commercial capital of Java land a region still party controlled by al Shabaab the group was driven out of the city itself in twenty twelve and this is the most deadly attack that since then it was a major source of revenue for the group from taxes chocolate sports and levies on arms and of the illegal imports