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Could Kenya Learn From Ethiopia's Anti-terror Strategy?

Kenya has a security problem. Fighters from the militant group al-Shabab, driven from their strongholds across Somalia, have claimed responsibility for gruesome attacks targeting non-Muslims in northeastern Kenya: hijacking a bus full of passengers in one recent incident, and attacking quarry workers as they slept in their tents in another. Billow Kerrow is a senator from Mandera County in Kenya on the border with Somalia, the country where both attacks took place. “So we have a...

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