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Police intensify hunt for Nairobi, Mombasa attackers
Monday, June 10, 2013
Police have intensified a man hunt for architects of Sunday’s twin grenade attacks in Mombasa and Nairobi.
During the attacks that occurred in a span of less than two hours in Nairobi’s Eastleigh estate and Mombasa’s Likoni area, at least 15 people were injured.
The Mombasa incident occurred in a church compound at around 7pm injuring 12.
The Nairobi attack took place at a hotel at 8.30pm where three people were injured. The Nairobi victims were rushed to nearby hospitals but were later transferred to Kenyatta National Hospital.
Authorities in Mombasa discounted possibilities of any deaths but there were reports some victims were admitted to the Coast General Hospital in critical condition.
Police said six people, including a Class Four pupil Dominic Maseno, 10, and a cleric, Pastor Dominic Osano were among those wounded in what is believed to be a grenade explosion inside the premises of the Earthquake Miracle Ministries church.
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