Striking Back: Kenya Puts Bounty on Head of al-Shabaab Mastermind of College Massacre

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NAIROBI, KENYA – Al-Shabaab terrorists on the ground in Somalia may be getting a heavy dose of payback from the air. The Kenyan air force says it destroyed two terrorist camps in the country’s first big military response to last week’s massacre at Garissa University College. Al-Shabaab gunmen killed 148 people, mostly Christians whom they hunted down and shot on sight.

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