Kenyans flee homes after Tuesday's raids
Friday, July 15, 2005
Kenyans living near a village where 76 people died in a massacre on Tuesday have fled their homes. 6,000 people from around Turbi village in north-eastern Kenya have gone to Marsabit, the nearest large town. Two men were killed in revenge attacks on Thursday, police said and more huts have been burnt in Turbi. Security forces in armoured cars and helicopters are pursuing the raiders.
- "Thousands flee from Kenyan raids" — , July 14, 2005
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