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Thursday, 5 December, 2002, 16:03 GMT
Kenya joins US in terror war games
As President Daniel arap Moi discusses the United States-led war on terror with President George Bush in Washington, the two armies hold joint military operations at Manda Bay naval base on the Kenyan coast.

A marine aims with a machine gun, more run past smoke
Some 300 marines are taking part in the exercise at Manda Bay naval base, backed up by US ships off the Kenyan coast

Helicopters above the airfield
They practiced seizing an airfield

Kenyan soldiers and US marines
The two armies have been working together in Operation Edged Mallet since 1996

A marine in a Kenyan village
Kenyan villagers were surprised to wake up to US marines

Remains of Paradise Hotel, near Mombasa
The exercises began just two days before Paradise Hotel was blown up near Mombasa

Kenyan mourner
Nine Kenyans were killed, along with three Israelis and the three suicide bombers


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