Kenyan policemen charge towards where protesters had lit a burning barricade, during running battles between police firing tear gas and protesters throwing rocks, in the Kibera slum of Nairobi, Kenya, Monday, May 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
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Kenya's military said Wednesday it had killed 21 al Shabaab fighters in Somalia where its troops are trying to defeat the militant Islamist group that has often struck civilian targets inside Kenya.Kenyan troops, which are in Somalia as part of an African Union (AU) deployment, struck a group of al Shabaab fighters in the west of the country, near the Kenyan border, David Obonyo, spokesman for Kenya Defense Forces, said in a statement.Al Shabaab said it killed more than 100 soldiers.
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