Kenya religious leaders urge unity after Garissa attack

April 3, 2015 7:45 PM

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Kenya religious leaders urge unity after Garissa attack

NAIROBI, Kenya — As Good Friday services took place here, Christian and Muslim leaders preached unity a day after a horrific terrorist attack at Garissa University left 147 students dead, most of them Christians.

Al-Shabab, the Somalia-based Muslim insurgency, claimed responsibility for the massacre that began around 5:30 a.m. Thursday as Muslims students were at mosque for morning prayers and Christian students were still asleep in their dorms.

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