A burnt home is seen after an attack by gunmen in Hindi village, near Kenya's coastal town of Lamu, July 6, 2014. REUTERS/Abdalla Barghash
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Gunmen killed at least 29 people in raids on two coastal areas of Kenya, the latest in a series of attacks claimed by Somali Islamists who have vowed to drive Kenyan forces out of Somalia, although police cast doubt on their role.The Interior Ministry said one attack killed nine in the trading town of Hindi in Lamu County, the same district where about 65 people were killed by gunmen last month. Al-Shabab had also said it was responsible for the June raids in Lamu County.The MRC swiftly denied any role.
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