Two hand grenades were yesterday recovered at the IFO refugee camp in Dadaab in a police operation. The grenades were believed to have been hidden there for attacks on security agents. The recovery was made before an explosion hit a police vehicle in the same area injuring three officers. Police had earlier on shot dead a known bandit leader in another raid and recovered one AK47 rifle with 205 rounds of ammunition, eight AK47 magazines and a jungle uniform.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: Grenades Recovered in Refugee CampBy Njeri Ngugi, 1 February 2013
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