by Reuters Tuesday, 17 October 2017 16:12 GMT
Ambulances break down, hospitals short of blood, communications jam.
More than 300 killed in worst bombing in Somalia's history
Country mired in conflict and clan warfare, lacks basic services
Military checkpoints often barred route for ambulances
Turkey, Qatar among those providing assistance
By Abdi Sheikh
MOGADISHU, Oct 17 (Reuters) – Medics who rushed to help victims of a huge bomb explosion in the Somali capital Mogadishu that killed more than 300 people say the country's threadbare emergency services have been pushed beyond their limit.
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