MOGADISHU, Somalia

Hundreds of Somali nationals on Thursday took to the streets in the capital Mogadishu, to condemn terror group al-Shabaab for its attacks.

The Somalia-based al-Qaeda affiliate terror group claimed responsibility for Dec. 28 car bombing that killed at least 81 people. It further claimed having targeted a Turkish convoy.

Holding placards, protesters condemned the attack and demanded strong action against the terror group. The main banner read: “Report al-Shabaab to the authorities, students are our future, Turks are our brothers, their blood is ours”.

Talking to Anadolu Agency, a 35-year old mother of two, Fowiso Hani, said that

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