35 Somalians injured in truck bombing airlifted to Turkey
ANKARA, TURKEY - OCTOBER 16: Wounded victims of recent terrorist attack in Somalia are being hospitalized after the landing of an Turkish Air Forces' ambulance aircraft that departed from Somalian capital Moghadishu, on October 16, 2017 in Ankara, Turkey. 35 Somalis, who got critically injured in Saturday’s truck bombing in capital Mogadishu were airlifted to Turkey for medical treatment. The blast at a busy road junction, blamed on al-Shabaab, killed 276 people and wounded more than 300 others on Saturday. Also, A Turkish aircraft loaded with medical aid and emergency services workers, including 13 workers from the Turkish Red Crescent and the Disaster and Emergency Management Authority, landed in Mogadishu.
17.10.2017 Fatih Aktaş
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