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The father of one of the students who died during an attack on Garissa University in Kenya by al-Shabaab militants in 2015 has sued the institution for failing to protect his son.
Kenya's interior minister has admitted that intelligence was ignored and the security response botched regarding the Islamist massacre of nearly 150 people at Garissa university.
Governors of Kenyan regions near the border with Somalia say they are encouraging new ways for residents who do not trust the police to report local Islamist cells and sympathisers, shifting strategy since the deadly Garissa university attack this month.
Kenya official: I did not cause delay sending police team that ended extremist attack
Thousands have gathered in a remote village in Kenya's Rift Valley to give a hero's burial to a police officer who died fighting to end an Islamic extremist attack on a university which killed 148 people.
The funerals of students killed in a university massacre of almost 150 people have begun, as some parents still await to receive the remains of their loved ones.
Residents of Somalia’s capital have condemned as "collective punishment" Kenya’s shutting down of money transfer services over suspected links to the al-Qaeda-linked Shabaab.
Kenya has suspended the licences of 13 Somali remittance forms following the massacre at a Kenyan university last week, Somalia’s central bank governor says.
Kenyans have marched demanding greater national security following last week’s massacre by Somalia’s Shabaab Islamists, ahead of a candlelit vigil on the final day of mourning for the 148 people killed by the militants.
A Nairobi court has ordered five Kenyans and a Tanzanian to be detained for 30 days while police investigate possible connections to last week’s university massacre.
More than a thousand young men and women from northeast Kenya began a 800 km peace march this weekend against rampant insecurity and terrorism in the region.
On this week's episode of The Science Inside, we speak to the Wits Radio Academy about the science behind xenophobia and the Garissa attack in Kenya.
Nine Kenyan security officials from Garissa have been suspended and could face charges of criminal negligence over the massacre at the town's university.
Kenya says it has asked the UN refugee agency to repatriate hundreds of thousands of Somali refugees by July in the wake of the Garissa University massacre.
Kenya says it has given the United Nations three months to move a massive refugee camp mostly used by Somalis over the border into Somalia, after militants from that country killed 148 people in a Kenyan university.
After a deadly attack on Kenyan students, a senior police official is urging Kenyans who may find themselves in a similar predicament to fight back and avoid being killed “like cockroaches”.
Political pressure is mounting on Kenya's president with scathing editorials and growing anger at a seven hour delay in the deployment of a special forces unit that eventually ended the bloody siege at Garissa University.
Hundreds of Kenyan students have marched through down town Nairobi to honour those who died in an attack on a college by Islamic militants and to press the government for better security in the wake of the slaughter.
Hundreds of Kenyan students marched through down town Nairobi to honour those who died in the attack on a college by Islamic militants and to press the government for better security in the wake of the slaughter.
Hundreds of Kenyan students are marching in downtown Nairobi to honour those who died in an attack by Islamic militants on a college and to press the government for better security in the wake of the slaughter.
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