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Kenya Mourns, Seeks Al-Shabab Suspect

Kenyans are mourning their dead after a day-long siege by al-Shabab militants at an eastern university Thursday that left 147 people dead along with the four attackers. The Kenyan government is offering a $220,000 reward for another al-Shabab member in connection with the attacks: Mohammed Mohamud Kuno, who is already on a government watch list. He is suspected to be al-Shabab's chief for external operations against Kenya. He is also known as Gamadhere or Dulyadayna. Kuno is wanted...

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