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Four arrested over grenade attacks

12 March 2012, 06:51

Police investigating Saturday night’s grenade attacks are questioning a suspect, as Internal Security Minister George Saitoti blamed Somalia militia Al Shabaab for the incident.

Also arrested are three other men who were helping the man to move into a house in Umoja Estate hours after the blasts.

Witnesses said police from Anti-Terror Police Unit and Flying Squad confronted them as they unpacked.

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