People across Kenya have marked the first anniversary of the deadly massacre of 148 people at the Garissa University. Four al-Shabab gunmen opened fire killing mostly students.
Officials say Kenyan troops taking part in an AU mission in Somalia have attacked an al-Shabab camp in the south, killing 52 militants. Kenya has claimed several recent successes against the group.
The university has reopened nine months after 148 people were killed by al-Shabab militants. While some Kenyans see the reopening as a triumph against terror, for others it’s too soon, says analyst Brian Wanyama.
Classes at Garissa University have resumed nine months after a gruesome al-Shabab terror attack killed 148 people, mostly students. Only around 20 students came to the first day of class.
Al-Shabab militants attacked Kenya's Garissa University and killed more than 140 people on April 2 last year. As Kenya commemorates the dead, how are the survivors of the brutal attack coping today?
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