Kenyan students march in memory of the victims of the Garissa college attack and to protest what they say is a lack of security, in downtown Nairobi, Kenya Tuesday, April 7, 2015. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
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Kenyans Saturday commemorated the first anniversary of a terrorist attack that killed 148 people, mostly students, at a university in Garissa in the country's worst massacre since 1998 .It was the worst terrorist attack to hit Kenya since Al-Qaeda bombed the U.S. embassy in Nairobi in 1998 killing 213 people.On Saturday, a group of some 100 people wearing T-shirts with peace slogans gathered in Garissa, 365 kilometers (225 miles) northeast of the capital Nairobi, to participate in a run in honor of the victims.The security response to Garissa was -- as during an assault on Nairobi's Westgate mall in 2013 -- strongly criticized by many Kenyans.
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