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Shooting near French embassy in Tanzania

There has been a shootout near the French embassy in the Tanzanian city of Dar es Salaam. The suspected shooter has been neutralised by the Police.

Shooting near French embassy in Tanzania


There has been a shootout near the French embassy in the Tanzanian city of Dar es Salaam.

The suspected shooter has been neutralised by the Tanzanian defense forces .

The motive of the attack is still not clear and authorities are yet to comment.

Reports from sources at the scene say the assailant is of Somali origin, the reason for the shooting, identity and the nationality of the assailant is still unknown.

The shooting occurred as President Samia Suluhu meeting with police chiefs at a different location in Dar es Salaam.



The US embassy in Tanzania has issued an advisory urging its citizens to avoid the area near the French embassy and monitor local media for information.




Updates:

The Commissioner of Operations and Training of the Tanzania Police Force, CP Liberatus Sabas said four people have died, including three police officers and six others have been injured in the killing of an unknown person at the French Embassy in Dar es Salaam.

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Two police officers have been killed during a mid day attack near the French Embassy in Dar es Salaam, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Simon Sirro has confirmed.

Speaking to reporters, IGP Sirro said they are following on the incident to establish the identity of the attacker and the motive.

“As you can see in that circulating short video clips on social media but our police officers managed to shoot him down, he was holding a SMG,” he said.

However, Sirro was quick to connect the incident with insurgency in Northern Mozambique where a joint SADC forces is battling jihadists.

He said since Tanzania’s operatives are in Mozambique the jihadists could now be attacking the country in revenge.

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