Kenyan University Attack: Death Toll rises to 147

Nairobi, April 03: The death toll in the terror attack on the University in Kenya rose to 147. The Al-Shabab has claimed the responsibility for the deadliest attack in the East African Country.

According to updated reports, four militants were killed by the security forces. The gunmen were masked and with explosives and AK-47s arms. They stormed the Garissa University College targeting the non-Muslims.

Witnesses said that the Christian students were gunned down without mercy. Others ran away to save their lives. At least 79 people were wounded in the attack.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed grief over the killings. Taking to twitter, he posted, "Terror attack in Kenya is horrific. It is most distressing that a university campus was attacked in this manner. Utterly condemnable".

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