AL-SHABAB TERROR GROUP CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY FOR ATTACK ON COLLEGE IN KENYA

Apr 02, 2015

By Jane Brown

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The Al-Shabab Terror group has claimed responsibility for an attack this morning on a college in Kenya.

Witnesses say the Islamic terrorists were targeting Christians at the school in an area near the Somali border plagued by terror attacks, often by the Islamic terrorist group Al-Shabab.

At least 15 people died and 60 were wounded as gunmen went through dormitories killing many while they slept and are now said to be holding hostages.

One witness says students who were awake panicked when gunfire erupted.  “They started jumping up and down running for their lives,” he explained.  “But it was unfortunate, where they were going to is where the gunshots were coming from.”

Security forces have cornered the gunmen in a dorm at the college but there is word as many as 600 students are missing.

 

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