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Survivor students prepare to 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 Varsity outlines events to mark 1st anniversary after terror attacks

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The attack was termed as one of the worst attacks that saw Somalia-based terror group storm the institution and massacre the students after engaging...
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Kenyan president orders enhanced security during Ramadan

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Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday directed relevant agencies to enhance security as Muslims begin the holy month of Ramadan. In...
The body of one of the campus attack terrorists is seen at a mortuary in Garissa county hospital, Garissa, Kenya, April 4, 2015. Kenya's Interior Minister Joseph Nkaissery said on Friday the death toll of the attack at the Garissa University College includes 142 students, three policemen and three soldiers from Kenya Defense Forces. The four terrorists from 'al-Shabaab' were all killed during the rescue operation, the official confirmed. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo)(dh)

Kenya charges 5 suspects over Garissa terror attack

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Kenyan prosecutors on Thursday charged five suspects over the Garissa University College attack, in which 148 people were killed, including 142 students in April....
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Kenyan president urges public vigilance against Al-Shabaab threats

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Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday called on citizens to remain vigilant as the country is grappling with terror threats from Somalia-based Al-Shabaab militants....

Kenyan journalists mark World Press Freedom Day

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Kenyan journalists joined their colleagues across the globe in marking the World Press Freedom Day on Monday amid threats and an increasingly intolerant operating...
The clip of video provided by Kenyan State House shows that Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta delivers a statement after a terrorist attack at a local university in Garissa, Kenya, on April 2, 2015. Uhuru Kenyatta said Thursday security had been stepped up along the border with Somalia and appealed to Kenyans to be extra vigilant and take security measures seriously. (Xinhua)

Kenya cabinet says budget spending to rise by 25 percent

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Kenya's Cabinet said the 2015/16 budget spending will increase by 24.9 percent with the bulk of the funding going to projects in energy, telecommunications...
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Two of Somalia?s al-Shabaab leaders banned ? U.S

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The United States has designated two leaders of Somali extremist group al-Shabaab as terrorists, the State Department said Tuesday. The blacklist targets Ahmed Diriye, al-Shabaab's...
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Somalia pleads with Kenya to review decision money transfer firms

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The Somali government on Monday appealed to Kenya's government to review its decision on freezing accounts of Somali money transfer companies on suspicion of...

Kenya warned not to shut down Dadaab refugee camp

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The international charity Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF) has warned against closing the Dadaab refugee camp in northeastern Kenya and forcibly returning the refugees to...
The body of one of the campus attack terrorists is seen at a mortuary in Garissa county hospital, Garissa, Kenya, April 4, 2015. Kenya's Interior Minister Joseph Nkaissery said on Friday the death toll of the attack at the Garissa University College includes 142 students, three policemen and three soldiers from Kenya Defense Forces. The four terrorists from 'al-Shabaab' were all killed during the rescue operation, the official confirmed. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo)(dh)

Garissa made world headlines for all the wrong reasons

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by Stephen Ingati and Fabian Mangera Once again Kenya's border county of Garissa is making headlines for all the wrong reasons following the recent...
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Explosive device discovered in Kenyan school

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Kenya's anti-terrorism police said on Sunday they have successfully recovered an improvised explosive device (IED) near a local school in Mandera county, northern Kenya....
The body of one of the campus attack terrorists is seen at a mortuary in Garissa county hospital, Garissa, Kenya, April 4, 2015. Kenya's Interior Minister Joseph Nkaissery said on Friday the death toll of the attack at the Garissa University College includes 142 students, three policemen and three soldiers from Kenya Defense Forces. The four terrorists from 'al-Shabaab' were all killed during the rescue operation, the official confirmed. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo)(dh)

Families of Kenya’s terror attack victims grapple with high funeral costs

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Families of students killed in Garissa University College terror attack in Kenya face a heavy financial burden as they prepare to bury their loved...

Thight security in Kenya after university attack

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As they walk the streets, enter malls for shopping, churches to pray, take their children to school or board public service vehicles, Kenyans are...

Garissa Terror Victims receive blood from fellow countrymen

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Kenyans on Monday turned up in large numbers to donate blood for 79 terror survivors following last week's massacre of 148 students at the...

PUSAG Condemns Garissa University College Massacre

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We would like to express our heartfelt sympathy for you, friends and family and all stakeholders on the loss of the 147 students and...
A security guard checks people before they attend a commemorating service to mourn the victims during the campus attack in Garissa, Kenya, April 5, 2015. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo)

Kenyan Churches Beef Up Security Over Recent Attacks

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Churches in Garissa town and its environs on Sunday tightened security following a terrorist attack at Garissa University College on Thursday that claimed 148...
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APC condemns Kenyan terrorist attacks

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Nigeria's All Progressives Congress (APC) condemned Thursday's terrorist attack that left 148 people dead at the Garissa University College in northeast Kenya, describing it...
A man takes pictures of the body of a campus attack terrorist which is to be analyzed in Garissa county hospital, Garissa, Kenya, April 4, 2015. Kenya's Interior Minister Joseph Nkaissery said on Friday the death toll of the attack at the Garissa University College includes 142 students, three policemen and three soldiers from Kenya Defense Forces. The four terrorists from 'al-Shabaab' were all killed during the rescue operation, the official confirmed. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo)(dh)

Bodies of Garissa terrorists to go on public display

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The bodies of terrorists who killed near 150 people in Garissa University college was displayed for public viewing on Saturday, Kenyan officials said. Kenyan security...

Kenya to send Somali refugees packing out

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Political leaders from the volatile Kenyan northeastern region on Saturday requested the government to repatriate Somalia refugees in the wake of terrorist attack at...
Survivor students prepare to 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)

Students from Garissa University tell their story

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by Fabian Mangera and Stephen Ingati This is the beginning of more attacks targeting learning institutions in Kenya; the terrorists who raided Garissa University...
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Kenyan Terror attack kills tourism sector

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A dark cloud hangs over Kenya's tourism sector after Thursday's terror attack at Garissa University College in which 148 people were killed and...
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)

Garissa University Attack: Kenya declares 3-day national mourning

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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...
Survivor students prepare to 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)

Ghana mourns Kenyan university attack

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The Ghanaian government has condemned Thursday's terrorist attack which has so far claimed 148 lives in Kenya. In a statement issued...
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US to offer support to Kenya after terrorist attack

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The United States condemns "in the strongest terms" the terrorist attack in a university in eastern Kenya and is providing assistance to the Kenyan...
The clip of video provided by Kenyan State House shows that Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta delivers a statement after a terrorist attack at a local university in Garissa, Kenya, on April 2, 2015. Uhuru Kenyatta said Thursday security had been stepped up along the border with Somalia and appealed to Kenyans to be extra vigilant and take security measures seriously. (Xinhua)

University Operation in Garissa brought to an end by Kenyan Government

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Kenyan Interior Minister Joseph Nkaissery said the siege at the Garissa University College in the eastern town of Garissa has ended, leaving 147 people...