Gunmen Kill 22 In Attacks On Kenyan Coast
The Kenya Red Cross said Sunday, twenty-two people were killed in overnight attacks by gunmen in two counties on the Kenyan coast, where al-Qaeda-linked militants last month claimed responsibility for killing 65 people. KENYAN RED CROSS OFFICIAL, HASSAN MUSA: Kenya Red Cross chief Abbas Gulet said, the Saturday-night attacks took place in the towns of Hindi in Lamu county and Gamba in Tana River. Al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab militants from Somalia claimed responsibility for the attacks.
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