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More than 230 die in truck bomb blast in Somalia

Hundreds of Somalis marched in the streets of Mogadishu on Sunday to protest a truck bombing that killed more than 230 people in a busy shopping district in the country's deadliest single bomb attack.

More than 370 were people were reported injured in the attack, when a truck carrying explosives detonated Saturday in a crowded street packed with cars and pedestrians, near government ministries and hotels.

Demonstrators Sunday included many women in flowing gowns, protesting an attack that

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