A soldier stands guard while survivor students leave for home in Garissa, Kenya, April 4, 2015. A total of 663 survivors from a Kenyan university attack left Garissa town for their homes Saturday. The survivors, including 50 school staff, were aboard 13 bus. They were departing after camping for two days. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo)
A soldier stands guard while survivor students leave for home in Garissa, Kenya, April 4, 2015. A total of 663 survivors from a Kenyan university attack left Garissa town for their homes Saturday. The survivors, including 50 school staff, were aboard 13 bus. They were departing after camping for two days. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo)

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta declares on Saturday a three-day national mourning for victims in a university attack in northern part of the country, pledging to respond “in the severest ways possible” to Al-Shabaab.

Survivor students leave for their homes by buses under protection in Garissa, Kenya, April 4, 2015. A total of 663 survivors from a Kenyan university attack left Garissa town for their homes Saturday. The survivors, including 50 school staff, were aboard 13 bus. They were departing after camping for two days. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo)
Survivor students leave for their homes by buses under protection in Garissa, Kenya, April 4, 2015. A total of 663 survivors from a Kenyan university attack left Garissa town for their homes Saturday. The survivors, including 50 school staff, were aboard 13 bus. They were departing after camping for two days. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo)

Kenyatta said in a televised speech the Somali militant group Al-Shabaab, which killed 148 people in the Thursday attack on Garissa University College, will not be able to create an Islamic caliphate in Kenya.
“We will fight terrorism to the end,” said Kenyatta, adding that security forces are pursuing the remaining accomplices. Enditem

Source: Xinhua

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