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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Kenyan military personnel have killed four suspected Al-Shabab fighters after a fierce shootout in a forest on the north coast, a government official said Tuesday.A joint force of military and police have been combing Boni forest since September to flush out militants, who are believed to be using the area as a hideout to plan and launch attacks.Kenya is still recovering from a major Al-Shabab attack on its military base in Somalia last month, which left several soldiers dead.Al-Shabab has said in the past its frequent attacks in Kenya are in retaliation for Kenya sending its troops into Somalia in 2011 .
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