|March 2022 Somalia attacks|
|Part of the Somali Civil War|
|Location||Beledweyne and Aden Adde International Airport, Somalia|
|Date||23 March 2022EAT (UTC+03:00))(|
|Target||Amina Mohamed Abdi, Government of Somalia|
|Assassination, car bombing, mass murder, suicide bombing|
|Weapons||Car bomb, explosive belt, automatic firearm|
Attacks[change | change source]
Aden Adde International Airport shooting[change | change source]
Beledweyne bombings[change | change source]
The next attack happened a few hours later as Somali female Member of Parliament Amina Mohamed Abdi left a polling place in Beledweyne. A suicide bomber detonated his explosive vest, killing several people. Abdi died instantly.
A car bomb was set off near a hospital, killing at least 30 people. The blast's impact was powerful, with the explosions destroying not only the hospital, but also nearby buildings and cars.
At least 48 people were killed by the bombings and 108 others injured.
Beledweyne restaurant attack[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
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- "Fatality Totals Rise in Somalia Attacks". VOA. Retrieved 2022-03-25.
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- "More than 30 killed in twin attacks in Somalia". news.yahoo.com. Retrieved 2022-03-24.
- "More Than 30 Killed in Twin Attacks in Central Somalia". The Defense Post. 2022-03-24. Retrieved 2022-03-24.
- "Death toll in central Somalia attacks now more than 30". BBC News. Retrieved 2022-03-24.
- Reuters (2022-03-24). "Death toll from twin Somalia bombings rises to 48: regional leader". Reuters. Retrieved 2022-03-24.