Several Arrested for Deadly Kenyan Church Blasts
At least 30 people have been arrested in connection with their involvement in the deadly gun and grenade attacks on churches in Garissa.
The Star, 3 July 2012
ANTI-terrorism investigators have ruled out the involvement of al-Shabaab in the Sunday attacks on two churches in Garissa. Read more »
Capital FM, 2 July 2012
The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) has called on the government to urgently beef up security in all places of worship. Read more »
Kenya: 17 Killed in Garissa Attack
The Star, 2 July 2012
In an attack that smacks of the Boko Haram terror group in Northern Nigeria, heavily armed men yesterday stormed two churches in Garissa town killing 17 people including two police… Read more »
Capital FM, 1 July 2012
At least 10 people have been shot dead and dozens others seriously injured in two separate attacks on churches in Garissa town during Sunday morning services. Read more »
The Star, 1 July 2012
The Kenya Redcross is appealing for blood for the victims of the grenade attack in the two churches in Garissa. Any willing donor can go to the Provincial General Hospital and… Read more »
The Star, 1 May 2012
THE government was yesterday asked to issue a clear statement on the terrorist attacks targeting Christians in churches. The Kenya Gospel Ministers Association said it needs an… Read more »
One of the injured being rushed to hospital: The country has suffered a spate of gun, grenade and bomb attacks since sending troops into southern Somalia last October.