By Standard Reporter and Agencies
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As the Somali and Kenyan delegates were meeting, military spokesperson Major Emmanuel Chirchir said a Kenya Air Force jet attacked an Al Shabaab camp in the village of Jilib on Saturday, killing 10 insurgents and wounding 47.
He dismissed claims by humanitarian agency, Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders or MSF), in Marere, Lower Juba, of an attack on an Internally Displaced Persons camp that allegedly killed three civilians and injuring 52.
"We wish to clarify that the incident at the IDP camp developed following enemy actions in the area," said Major Chirchir.
But Major Chirchir blamed the deaths and injuries in the camp on Al Shabaab who fled into the IDP camp aboard a burning "technical battle wagon mounted with a ZSU 2-3 anti-aircraft gun".
He said the wagon exploded inside the camp causing the deaths and injuries.