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The al shabaab terror -English

By | October 5th 2011

As attacks within kenya's borders intensify, the government seems to be changing tact from its usual mild mannered diplomatic response to challenges on kenya's territorial integrity, to a more combative approach. Recent declarations by senior government officials that the government would pursue militants from somalia who kidnapped a french tourist inside somalia is a clear indication that the government's meek and talk- based approach to resolving crisis especially where border incursions have taken place, is dying.we take a look at the security threat posed by al shaabab and other militant groups to kenya, and what government has been trying to do away from the public eye.

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