MOGADISHU Somalia (Xinhua) -- The World Food Programme (WFP) said Monday it had launched investigations into an explosion that left two security guards escorting its team slightly injured on Sunday.
WFP Somalia spokesperson Amor Almagro confirmed that the roadside bomb explosion occurred 100 meters behind a moving WFP convoy in Mogadishu.
"The occupants of the WFP vehicles—including WFP staff and a visiting journalist—are all safe, although two private security guards escorting the team were slightly wounded," Almagro told Xinhua.
"We are investigating the incident, including whether or not the convoy was the intended target," Almagro added.
- Written by Abdullahi
- Category: Somalia