Abdulkadir Mohamed Osman talks about his missing son and younger brother outside a hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017. (AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh)
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International aid is arriving in Somalia in response to Saturday's massive truck bomb that killed more than 300 people.Another nearly 400 people were wounded in the deadliest attack in Somalia's history and one of the world's worst attacks in years. A United States military plane landed in Somalia's capital Tuesday with medical and humanitarian aid supplies. Somalia desperately needs donated blood to treat survivors.Somalia's government has blamed the attack on the Al-Shabab extremist group. Earlier this year, it vowed to step up attacks after both the Trump administration and Somalia's recently elected Somali-American president, Mohammad Abdullahi Mohammad, announced new military efforts against the group.
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