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Kenya: Families of the Alshabaab Hostages Willing to Negotiate
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
The families of five Kenyan hostages being held in Somalia by Al shabaab are willing to negotiate with the terror group to secure their release according to Andrew Mwangura of the Seafarers union.
The militants have threatened to execute the five today if the government fails to release suspected terrorists being held in Kenyan jails.
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