Four people were killed and 17 more were injured yesterday in attack on an Evangelical church in Likoni, a village in south eastern Kenya. According to the local police chief who spoke to a radio station, the armed men escaped. Among the first groups to condemn those responsible were the Muslim communities of the area.
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