Somalia’s Information Ministry website published a photos of Hassan Hanafi showing bullet scares of his face. The Ministry says Hassan Hanafi went to Kenya to receive treatment following bullet injuries he sustained after military offensive by Somalia government forces and AMISOM on Buloburte town in central region of Hiran
BBC News reports that police believe the suspect is former journalist Hassan Hanafi, who is accused of killing journalists in Somalia. However, the man has denied under interrogation that he is Hanafi, according to the report. Al-Shabaab has carried out a spate of attacks in Somalia and Kenya, states the report which notes that last September, 67 people were killed when the group's fighters laid siege to the upmarket Westgate shopping centre in Kenya's capital, Nairobi. According to the report, Somalian security sources said Hanafi was arrested in Nairobi following co-operation between the intelligence services in both countries. Hanafi was reportedly receiving medical treatment when police swooped on him, marking a rare cross-border arrest of a terror suspect.
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