Rioters attack ethnic Somalis in Kenyan capital
(Reuters) – Police fired tear gas to disperse Kenyans who threw stones and broke into the homes and shops of ethnic Somalis in Nairobi’s Somali-dominated Eastleigh neighborhood on Monday to protest against a bomb attack in the district on Sunday.
bingo and slots onlineMany Kenyans blamed Somalis for the blast. Police said on Monday that at least nine people were killed on Sunday when a bomb tore through a minibus in the Nairobi district often referred to as “Little Mogadishu”.
Kenya has suffered a string of deadly attacks, mostly blamed on Somali militants and their sympathizers in retaliation for Kenya’s deployment of troops in neighboring Somalia last year to drive out al Shabaab rebels, who vowed to retaliate. Kenya has since suffered numerous gun and grenade raidsbingo games for android tablet.
In Eastleigh, mobs marauded through the streets chanting “Somalis must go!”best welcome bonus online casino
best rated online casinos canada“These Somalis are getting used to this. Every day there is a grenade attack,” said Evans, a Kenyan resident of the area, wearing sandals and a dirty t-shirt with a print of Che Guevara.
best real money gambling apps“Last time I checked, this was still my country,” he said.
best us online casino mac compatibleStreets in Eastleigh, a congested residential and business area, were strewn with rocks and shattered glass.
best uk bingo bonusesCrowds stood on the rooftops and the streets, while some ethnic Somalis gestured for assistance through their windows.
Pockets of Kenyans lobbed rocks at Somali premises in sporadic attacks, but fled when police fired teargas at thembest online gambling nj.
Police were not immediately available to commentbest online casino no minimum deposit.
(Reporting by Richard Lough; Writing by James Macharia; Editing by Jon Hemming)