A suspected US drone hit bases belong to the Al-Shabaab in central Somalia, the latest attack targeting the group which carried out high profile deadly attacks in and outside Somalia.
Residents in El-Dibi, a village near Bulo-burde town in Hiraan region reported bangs and explosions as a drone fired missiles onto an army base for Al-Shabab on Saturday night.
The drone has also struck a checkpoint for the group in the village.
There was no immediate claim for the responsibility of the attack, however, US often carries out deadly attack air raids against Al-Shabab.
Al Shabaab wants to impose its own radical brand of Islam on the Horn of Africa country.
The Jihadists were pushed out of Mogadishu by AU forces in 2011 but have continued attacks, often going after politicians and officials in Somalia, as well as AU and Somali forces.