The Al-Shabaab militant group claims to have killed a US soldier following clashes in Somalia.
Two blasts hit Mogadishu, capital of Somalia, one of them in a hotel in the city, while another is believed to be caused by a car parked near a bank.
Two United Nations staff members and a contractor were injured after seven mortars landed inside the UN compound in the Somali capital, Mogadishu.
At least five people were killed and four wounded when a car bomb exploded in the Somali capital on Saturday, followed by a second powerful explosion.
Two senior Somali military commanders and several soldiers were killed in a roadside bomb blast south of capital city of Mogadishu.
Al Shabaab gunmen and a suicide car bomber struck a religious centre in central Somalia, killing a cleric and at least nine of his followers, a police officer said.
Friday’s triple bomb attacks in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, has left 53 killed and 100 injured.
Following Friday’s bomb attacks and gunfire in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, UN Secretary General António Guterres expressed his faith that Somalis “will not be deterred” in their pursuit of lasting peace and political stability.
The United States claims that at least 60 militants were killed in Somalia in a “precision airstrike” that purportedly targeted their positions in the East African country last week.
16 people have been killed and dozens more were injured in two suicide bomb attacks in the Somali town of Baidoa.