The Star (Nairobi)

19 November 2012

Kenya: 18 Injured in After Bomb Attack,

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

Meanwhile several people were rushed to hospital last night with multiple wounds following clashes between rowdy youth in Eastleigh area. The clashes broke out soon after the blast that killed seven passengers in a matatu and injured 30 others. The General Service Unit however managed to contain the situation.

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