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Wounds of Garissa Attack, Four Years On

Expand A Kenya Defense Force soldier stops women from moving in the direction where attackers who killed at least 147 people are holding up at a campus in Garissa on April 2, 2015. © 2015 Reuters Four years ago this month, gunmen attacked Kenya’s Garissa University, killing at least 147 people, most of them students. It was one of the most horrific attacks ever to occur on Kenyan soil. Somalia-based militant Islamist group, Al-Shabab, which continues to carry out attacks inside Kenya, claimed responsibility, saying it was retaliating against Kenya’s military incursions in Somalia. As with…

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