Investigators inspect the site where a blast ripped through a church in Nairobi on September 30, 2012. A suspected grenade attack killed one child and wounded nine others, a day after Islamist fighters abandoned their last bastion in neighbouring Somalia.
Investigators inspect the site where a blast ripped through a church in Nairobi on September 30, 2012. A suspected grenade attack killed one child and wounded nine others, a day after Islamist fighters abandoned their last bastion in neighbouring Somalia. AFP Photo / Simon Maina

Boy dead after Kenyan church attack

A YOUNG boy has been killed in an attack on a church in the Kenyan capital.

Six children were also injured in the grenade attack on a church full of children attending Sunday school in Nairobi.

The BBC reported Somali militants were suspected of being responsible for the attack.

Tensions between the two African nations reached a boiling point after Kenya sent troops into war-torn Somalia last month.


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