In this Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2011 file photo, Kenyan army soldiers, wearing helmets, and members of a pro-government Somali militia ride on a truck in the seaside town of Bur Garbo, Somalia. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis, File)
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Security forces in Kenya have forcibly disappeared at least 34 people over the past two years during counterterrorism operations against the al-Shabab extremist group based in neighboring Somalia, Human Rights Watch reported Wednesday.Kenya has been targeted repeatedly by al-Shabab, which opposes Kenya's military involvement in Somalia against the extremist group.Human rights activists and Muslim leaders have warned that factors encouraging youths to enroll in extremist groups include a feeling of marginalization and alleged government discrimination against Muslims.
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