File - An injured Administration police officer is helped by his colleagues after they were ambushed by Somalia's al Shabaab fighters in Yumbis village near the Kenya-Somalia border, May 26, 2015.REUTERS/Stringer
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Six people were killed Friday when suspected Islamist gunmen fired on two buses in Kenya's far northeast close to the Somalia border, police said.It was unclear whether the casualties were civilians or police officer guards aboard the buses.The deadliest raid was in November 2014 when gunmen flagged down a commuter bus, separated passengers by religion and executed 28 non-Muslims.A similar raid in December 2015 left two people dead, after Muslim passengers shielded their Christian fellows.
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