Three alleged militants killed by their own actions

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Three people have died in two separate incidents where bombs they were allegedly planting exploded on Wednesday.

In the first incident, a suspected militant man was killed by a remotely detonated bomb that he was allegedly burying along a road in an area between Bar-Ubah junction and Black Sea junction in Mogadishu, making him a victim of his own actions.

State-run broadcaster reported that the ill-fated man was a member of the outlawed Al-Shabaab militant group who fall victims of his own hands.

In the second incident, two people including a woman were killed in El-Abdi Dere area of El-bur district after an explosive device they were planting went off, killing them on the spot.

Area district security boss Abdi Hassan Mohamed told Sunatimes that the two were plotting an attack against Ahlu Sunna militias and their allied Ethiopian troops.

He said their investigations revealed that the female militant has just graduated from a Uganda a university in Uganda and recently joined the militant group.

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