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Two Kenyan doctors killed in anti-ISIS crackdown


Two Kenyan trainee doctors killed in anti-ISIS crackdown

The two fled Kenya last year

Police in Libya have killed two Kenyan trainee doctors in an anti-ISIS crackdown.
25-year-old Hiish Ahmed and 26-year-old Dagane Hassan are said to be part of a network that was planning an anthrax attack in the country last year.

20 ISIS agents in Kenya

They were interns in Kitale before fleeing to Sirte, Liba, where they were killed Tuesday.
Reports indicate that at least 20 Kenyans have joined the Syria-based ISIS terror group which has already gained grounds in Kenya, Uganda, Sudan, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Libya, Nigeria, Niger, Algeria and Egypt.
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