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Avoid Kenya, US Warns

The United States has urged its citizens to postpone non-essential trips to Kenya, due to fears of possible terror attacks by groups linked to al-Qaeda. The State Department fears that an attack could be timed to coincide with Thursday’s celebration of the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday, “Maulid”. The US statement follows a warning from the Kenyan Government that local al-Qaeda groups could be planning an attack this month. Security Minister Chris Murungaru earlier released the photo of a man indicted for the 1998 bombings of the US embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam. Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, from the Comoros Islands, was trying to get Kenyan documents and was operating between Kenya and Somalia, the minister said. Full Story

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