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In pictures: Kenya massacre

Policemen look at some of those killed

At least 76 people were killed in a raid in north-eastern Kenya on Tuesday. The Gabras and the Boranas groups have long clashed over water and cattle but even these police officers were shocked by the latest attack.

Mamo Duba, 9

At least 22 of the dead were children - some slaughtered with machetes and guns in a school. Mamo Duba, 9, lost his mother, father and two siblings in the killings.

Mohamed Ada, 7, being taken off a Kenyan Red Cross plane

Some of the victims were air-lifted to the capital, Nairobi, 560km away...

Woman having a bullet removed from her face. (Pic: The Standard)

... The nearest hospital is 130km away and was overwhelmed with the casualties. This woman is having a bullet removed from her face. (Pic: The Standard)

Soldiers

Soldiers have been sent to the area to restore calm...

... But some Gabras have reportedly already carried out a revenge attack on a nearby Borana village.

Man in front of dead bodies

The massacre took place in one of Kenya's most remote areas, where most people are nomads, who live from their animals.




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