Somali troops have shot and killed Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, the man believed to be responsible for U.S. embassy bombings in East Africa that killed 220 people in 1998. Mohammed and a man he was travelling with were shot after refusing to stop at a Somali government roadblock in the capital, Mogadishu. The two men were carrying laptops, cellphones, $40,000 in cash, and a South African passport bearing the name “Daniel Robinson.” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called the news a "significant blow to al Qaeda" and a "just end."
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