At least 36 feared dead in northeast Kenya attack: Red Cross

At least 36 people are feared dead after gunmen staged a fresh attack on a quarry in northeast Kenya, the Red Cross said Tuesday, the latest in a series of attacks.

Nairobi: At least 36 people are feared dead after gunmen staged a fresh attack on a quarry in northeast Kenya, the Red Cross said Tuesday, the latest in a series of attacks.

The incident overnight Monday to Tuesday, some 15 kilometres (10 miles) from the remote town of Mandera and close to the dangerous border with war-torn Somalia, follows a separate attack on Monday night in the town of Wajir, in which one person was killed and 12 wounded when gunmen hurled grenades and sprayed a bar with bullets.
 

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