Grenade attacks on two churches in Kenya town of Garissa
July 1 , 2012
Grenades have been thrown at two churches in the Kenyan town of Garissa, near the Somali border.
"Several people are feared to have been killed in the grenade attacks," regional deputy police chief Philip Ndolo, told Reuters news agency.
"The goons were clad in balaclavas and hurled the grenades at the Catholic Church and the AIC [African Inland Independent Church] in the town,” he added.
Kenyan soldiers deployed in Somalia use Garissa as a base.