Garissa University College Attack News
5 Thorny Topics President Obama Faces in Kenya and Ethiopia
With a trip to Africa this weekend, President Obama becomes the first sitting U.S. president to visit Kenya and Ethiopia . While much of his schedule is official business, it will be a highly personal visit for Obama, whose father was Kenyan, and a moment of pride for the Kenyan people, who have
Reena Ninan Named Co-Anchor of ABC News' "America This Morning" and "World News Now"
ABC News President James Goldston sent the following note to the news division this morning announcing that Reena Ninan has been named co-anchor, “America This Morning” and “World News Now,” joining T.J. Holmes: Team— I’m pleased to announce that Reena Ninan has been named America This Morning and
Police: Son of Kenyan Government Officer Identified As 1 Of Gunmen In Attack That Killed 148
The son of a Kenyan government official has been identified as one of the gunmen who attacked a Kenyan college where 148 people were killed, authorities said Sunday. Abdirahim Mohammed Abdullahi, one of the Islamic extremists who attacked Garissa University College, was the son of a government
Al -Shabab Threatens More Attacks; Survivors Speak Out
The brutal terror group killed 148 people, mostly Christian, at a university in Kenya.
Kenya Survivor Found in School After Attack Killed 148
A survivor of the killings at Garissa University College was found on Saturday, two days after the attack by Islamic extremists killed 148 people. Cynthia Cheroitich, 19, told The Associated Press from her hospital gurney that she hid in a large cupboard and covered herself with clothes, refusing
Kenya: 147 Killed in University Attack , Officials Say
The death toll in the attack on a Kenyan university by extremists has risen sharply to 147 people, as the operation to free hostages being held in a dormitory there ended with the deaths of four “terrorists” involved, Kenyan officials said. The number of casualties makes it one of the deadliest
Al -Shabab : Who the Islamic Extremist Group Is and What They Want
The Islamic extremist group Al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for an attack on a Kenyan college early in the morning on April 2. That attack left at least 147 students dead and hundreds of others unaccounted for, according to Kenyan officials. The Somalia-based militant organization raided
Kenya University Campus Attacked
At least 15 are dead after armed attackers stormed Garissa University College in Kenya as students were preparing for morning prayers.