Kenya Terrorism Corruption

Kenya Terrorism Corruption

In this Friday, May 16, 2014 file photo, security forces inspect the scene at the site where two blasts detonated, one in a mini-van used for public transportation, in a market area of Nairobi, Kenya. Officials and analysts in Kenya say that corrupt police and other government employees willing to break rules for bribes are weakening Kenya’s ability to prevent a new rash of terror carried out by attackers with links to Somali militants, which has seen a long string of deadly attacks this year, including grenade blasts and homemade bombs. (AP Photo, File)

FILE – In this Friday, May 16, 2014 file photo, security forces inspect the scene at the site where two blasts detonated, one in a mini-van used for public transportation, in a market area of Nairobi, Kenya. Officials and analysts in Kenya say that corrupt police and other government employees willing to break rules for bribes are weakening Kenya’s ability to prevent a new rash of terror carried out by attackers with links to Somali militants, which has seen a long string of deadly attacks this year, including grenade blasts and homemade bombs. (AP Photo, File)

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