East Africa: Police Grill Suspect in Nairobi Blast
Police from Kenya, Uganda and Germany met in Tanzania to question Emrah Erdogan, a terrorism suspect in the Nairobi bombing that killed one person and injured more than 30 others.
The Nairobi bomb blast rocked a building housing several clothing stalls on Moi Avenue near the Mount Kenya University.
Capital FM, 13 June 2012
Kenya sent its officers to neighbouring Tanzania on Wednesday to commence extradition proceedings against a wanted terror suspect who was arrested there, weeks after Nairobi ... read more »
East Africa: Key Terror Suspect Arrested in Uganda
Capital FM, 4 June 2012
Police in Uganda have arrested a suspected terrorist wanted for a series of bombings in parts of East Africa. read more »
The Star, 31 May 2012
Anti-terrorism police last evening released a German national who they suspected to be a terror suspect Emorah Edogan who police on Monday released his photos to the media. read more »
Shabelle Media Network, 30 May 2012
The Kenyan police said on Tuesday that they have launched a major manhunt for two foreign suspects in connection to Monday's huge explosion in downtown Nairobi which has so far ... read more »
Capital FM, 29 May 2012
Police say they are now looking for two suspects believed to have been involved in Monday's attack at a building on Moi Avenue in Nairobi. read more »