An Al-Shabaab commander, Mohamed Dulyaden, the mastermind of the Garissa University College attack in southern Kenya, has been killed. The attack, claiming 147 lives on April 2, 2015, was the deadliest in Kenya since the 1998 United States embassy bombings. Kenyan police claim that prior to Dulyaden’s death, he was planning a series of attacks in the town of Garissa. His death therefore comes as a relief to Kenyan authorities who Wednesday sounded a warning that that at least 45 suspected al-Shabaab terrorists had sneaked into the country from Somalia.
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