Kenya, Ethiopia Deploy Police
By Mathews Ndanyi, 2 February 2013
Kenya and Ethiopia have deployed security along the common border following the killing of seven suspected bandits in Turkana North.Turkana North police boss Benson Nyakwaka said security has been tightened along the border to avert revenge attacks.
He said a security meeting between officials of the two countries resolved to deploy police officers to man the border.The seven bandits were shot dead by villagers when they raided an area near the border.
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