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Al-Shabaab Kills  5 Kenyan Police
Al-Shabaab Kills  5 Kenyan Police

Al-Shabaab Kills 5 Kenyan Police

Al-Shabaab Kills 5 Kenyan Police

Five police officers were killed on Thursday when their vehicle hit a roadside bomb in Kenya in an attack claimed by Al-Shabaab terrorists a day after nine police died in similar blasts.The officers had been deployed to the restive northeastern region to take part in an operation against the Somali-led militants after two separate roadside bombs on Wednesday, eNCA reported.”The five police officers killed in the attack were headed to boost the ongoing operation in Liboi,” said North Eastern regional coordinator, Mohamud Ali Saleh, referring to a town on the border with Somalia.The Kenya Red Cross said the latest attack occurred between Malelei and Kulan in Garissa County when a vehicle hit an improvised explosive device.The blast flipped over the green police pickup and tore its rear end off.

 

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