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Kenya arrests terror suspect for Mandera twine attacks

Storyline:National News

Kenyan police apprehended a Somali Norwegian man on January 31st this year.

Mohamed Jamal was accused of being mastermind of Mandera bus massacre and the attack on a quarry which carried out by Al-Shabab fighters.
According to NRK, Jamal emigrated to Norway in the 1980s, settling in the east of the country. He is one of six suspects scheduled to appear in court in Nairobi next Monday, alongside Salim Abubakar Kitonga, the man police suspect is the mastermind behind the massacres.