The arrest comes at a time when a U.S. spy agency said that Al-Shabaab is likely to continue posing threats to the nations of East Africa in the coming year - with security agents fearing that Dadaab continues to be a soft landing for terrorists. The suspects are believed to be responsible for the Riverside Complex terror attack that left 21 people dead.
Police Trace Dusit Attack Suspects to Dadaab
Nation, 4 February 2019
Twenty days after the terrorist attack at Nairobi's DusitD2 complex, intelligence sources say that 12 suspects have been arrested at the sprawling Dadaab refugee camp -- signalling… Read more »
Dusit2 Complex attack scene.
Court Frees 3 Dusit Attack Suspects After Probe Finds No Links
Nation, 1 February 2019
A Nyeri court on Friday released three suspects in the Al-Shabaab attack on the dusitD2 complex in Nairobi, citing police findings following investigations. Read more »
Nyeri Magistrate Frees 3 Riverside Attack Suspects, Prosecution Fails to Prove Case
Capital FM, 1 February 2019
A magistrate court in Nyeri on Friday set free three suspects whom the Anti-Terrorism Police Unit had linked to the 14 Riverside Drive terrorist attack last month that left 21… Read more »
6 NTSA Officials Linked to Riverside Attack Car Return to Court
Six officials of the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) are due in court on Friday where police will be seeking to detain them for more days to conclude investigations… Read more »
Dusit Hotel to Remain Closed as Renovations Continue
Nairobi News, 30 January 2019
Dusit Hotel has announced that it has started renovations and beautification ahead of its reopening set for soon. Read more »
Dusit Attack - Police Allowed to Detain NTSA Official for 30 Days
Nation, 30 January 2019
Police have been allowed to detain a National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) official for 30 days. Read more »
Insurance Agent Detained Over Dusit Attack
Nation, 24 January 2019
An insurance agent appeared in a Nairobi court Thursday in connection with the terror attack at DusitD2 hotel last week. Read more »
The latest attack - claimed by extremist group al-Shabaab - shows that not only is the terror threat far from over, but it is increasingly a local problem, with logistical suppor Read more »
The improvised explosive device blast comes 12 days after the Riverside complex attack that claimed the lives of 21 people. Read more »
In two seperate memorial services attended by families, friends and colleagues, the 12 DusitD2 and Cellulant staff members were showered with hearty tributes by those who worked ... Read more »
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