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Topic - Barigye Bahoku
A suicide car bomber exploded at the gate to Mogadishu's airport Thursday, and suicide bombers in a second vehicle rushed toward the terminal before exploding themselves short of their goal, officials said. Up to 14 people were killed, including five attackers.
A suicide bomber and gunmen wearing military uniforms attacked a hotel near Somalia's presidential palace Monday, sparking a one-hour gunbattle with security forces. At least 32 people were killed, including six Somali parliamentarians.
Militants "can use anything, including ambulances, donkeys, wheelbarrows, trucks and fuel tankers, to carry out their attacks," said Maj. Barigye Bahoku, the AU spokesman.
Two soldiers with the African Union force and four Somali police officers were killed, said Maj. Barigye Bahoku, the spokesman for the AU force.