In the deadliest attack in Kenya since 1998, 147 people were killed in a horrifying rampage at Garissa University. On the day after, grieving familes waited for the remains of the victims, as many Kenyans denounced the terror.
By Leanne Burden Seidel
Members of the Red Cross carry a relative of one of the students massacred by Somalia’s Shebab Islamist at the Chiromo funeral parlour in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, on April 3. The bodies of dozens of students massacred at a Kenyan university in Garissa arrived in the capital today, as grieving relatives faced a desperate wait to receive the remains of their loved ones.
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