A sense of calm has now returned to Nairobi's Eastleigh Estate a day after police and residents engaged in running battles, even as security personnel ...
( Resource: Normalcy Returns to Kenya's Capital
By Lordrick Mayabi
Nairobi — An explosion has killed at least five people in Nairobi's Eastleigh area.
The deaths occurred when an explosive device went off aboard a matatu as it approached St Teresa's Primary School, according to witnesses.
Emergency crews at the scene said several other people had been injured and were rushed to hospital.
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