Researchers discover two new minerals on meteorite grounded in Somalia
An autopsy began on Thursday as police launched a manhunt following the horrific murder of the two siblings, according to their bereaved father Aweys Abdullahi, a former Somali lawmaker.
BAIDOA, Somalia – South-West State police confirmed on Thursday that missing two children from the same family were found dead just outside Baidoa town located in southern Somalia.
Searchers discovered the bodies of Abdul-Mun’im, 10, and his younger sister Amina, 9, dumped on a street near the city early in the morning.
The heartbreaking incident sent a shockwave among the local communities.
An autopsy began on Thursday as police launched a manhunt following the horrific murder, according to their bereaved father Aweys Abdullahi, a former Somali lawmaker.
Abdullahi said his children went missing as they left the house for a nearby Islamic Madrassa and never returned home. The father believes that his children were kidnapped and killed with a knife.
Southwest state security officials didn’t provide more details about the circumstances around the murder case and this is frightening to many in town, who fear for their kinds’ safety.
University of Alberta scientists would like to examine other samples from the same meteorite but Herd said there were reports that it had been removed to China. Meteorites are often bought and sold on international markets.