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A blast from a suicide car bombing in the Somali capital of Mogadishu has killed 34 and wounded at least 53.
Sunday's marketplace blast comes just days after the country elected a new president, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed.
"I was staying in my shop when a car came in into the market and exploded. I saw more than 20 people lying on the ground.
"Most of them were dead and the market was totally destroyed," witness Abdulle Omar said.
No one has claimed responsibility for the attack.
At least 13 people have been killed after militants set off a car bomb at the gate of a hotel in Somalia and stormed inside.
Al Shabaab militants have said they are responsible for the incident, which happened in the capital Mogadishu.
Police officer Major Mohamed Ahmed told Reuters: "At least 13 people, including forces and civilians, died in two blasts at the hotel."
He added that a dozen others were injured and that the death toll could rise.
At least 29 people have been killed in a suicide bomb attack in Somalia.
Islamic extremist group al-Shabab have claimed responsibility for the car bomb that went off outside the entrance to the country's biggest port in its capital Mogadishu.
Local police said at least seven people had been injured.
Port employee Mohamed Hussein said gunfire had followed the blast.
Al-Shabaab's insurgency aims to drive out African Union peacekeepers, topple Somalia's western-backed government and impose its strict version of Islam on the Horn of Africa state.