Al-Shabab Militia Strikes Kenya Again In New Attack
By lemmymbelle | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 15392 views
Photo Courtesy. The image is taken from a previous incident.
The ongoing operation by the Kenyan forces against Somali-based terror group Al-Shabaab has been going on for the past few years now with several Al-Shabaab militants being arrested or killed.
In recent months, the Al-Shabab group has very active with frequent attacks. According to several reports, the Militants are taking advantage of the ongoing political turmoil in Somalia to stage attacks against its enemies.
Barely a week after the Bus attack in Garissa, The Dangerously Armed criminals are reported to launch a new attack against the Kenyan forces camp that is based on Wajir. According to initial reports, several Al-Shabab gunmen opened fire at the officers who were manning the facility before the officers returned fire immediately.
It is still unclear whether there are any deaths or injuries during the attack which reportedly went on for a while. More reports to follow.
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