yYAXssKCQaUWZcXZ79RJTBLvo-c;SfREtjZ9NYeQnnVMC-CsZ9qN6L0 Finance, Economics, Globus, Brokers, Banks, Collateral-Oriano Mattei: Islamist militants are suspected in the beheading of nine men in an overnight attack on a village in Kenya, police have said. The attack took place in the coastal district of Lamu, coming just days after another assault in which militants from the Al-Shabaab group killed three policemen in a nearby village.

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sabato 8 luglio 2017

Islamist militants are suspected in the beheading of nine men in an overnight attack on a village in Kenya, police have said. The attack took place in the coastal district of Lamu, coming just days after another assault in which militants from the Al-Shabaab group killed three policemen in a nearby village.

‘Slaughtered’: Islamist militants suspected of beheading 9 men in Kenya


Islamist militants are suspected in the beheading of nine men in an overnight attack on a village in Kenya, police have said.
The attack took place in the coastal district of Lamu, coming just days after another assault in which militants from the Al-Shabaab group killed three policemen in a nearby village.
Police and witnesses said Saturday that nine people were killed in the latest incident.
"They raided Jima and Poromoko villages and killed nine men. They were slaughtered like chickens, using knives,” a witness told Reuters.
In a statement about the earlier incident, Lamu police said the attackers used rocket-propelled grenades and other weapons. They killed three police officers and left another seriously injured.
National Police Service
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PANDANGUO, LAMU COUNTY SITUATION REPORT
Following the Al Shabaab attack at Pandanguo in Lamu County, Lamu Police Post reports that out of the 19 officers on duty during the attack early this morning at about 5:30 AM, 3 officers are confirmed dead, 1 seriously injured and 14 were unhurt.
The injured have been taken to hospital. All other officers have been accounted for except 1 who is still missing.
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The Somalia-based Al-Shabaab group, which has links to Al-Qaeda and Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), has carried out frequent attacks in Kenya in recent years.
The group has previously said that the attacks are retaliation for Nairobi sending troops into Somalia to conduct anti-terrorist operations.

da "rt.com"

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