Somali soldiers stand near the wreckage of a car bomb in Mogadishu, Somalia, Saturday, Dec. 19, 2015. (AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh)
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Somali Islamist militants sprayed a Kenyan bus with bullets on Monday, killing two people, but a passenger said he and fellow Muslims defied demands from the attackers to help identify Christians travelling with them.Abdi Mohamud Abdi, a Muslim who was among the passengers in Monday's incident, told Reuters that more than 10 Al-Shabab militants boarded the bus and ordered the Muslim passengers to split away from the Christians, but they refused.Since then, buses carrying passengers from Mandera have been given police escorts, but Kenya Police spokesman Charles Owino said that had not happened in this case because the bus had bypassed a police roadblock.
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