Grenade attacks in Kenya leaves 15 wounded


(AGI) Nairobi – Two grenade attacks have left 15 people wounded in Mombasa and in the nearby city of Mtwapa. The first grenade was launched during a religious meeting in Mtwapa, just outside Mombasa and the second one was launched in Mombasa itself, in a crowded pub-restaurant opposite the stadium, in Kenya’s second largest city. Hand grenade attacks have been increasing in the country since the government decided to send its troops to Somalia to fight the Shabaab rebels. Mombasa is a popular tourism resort and the number of visitors is constantly rising as the Easter holidays are approaching. . .

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