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Kenya Attacks: Dozens Killed In Two Shootings
At least 29 people have been killed in two separate shootings on the coast of Kenya, according to the interior ministry.
One of the attacks happened at a shopping centre in Hindi, Lamu county, where a group of 10-15 men opened fire.
Nine people were killed in the overnight raid.
The other assault was in the Gamba area of Tana River county, where 20 people lost their lives.
Lamu commissioner Miiri Njenga said the attackers targeted government offices and some properties were burnt down.
"They went around shooting at people and villages indiscriminately," said the area chief Abdallah Shahasi.
Militants from the al Qaeda-linked Somalian group al Shabaab have reportedly claimed responsibility for the attacks, but Kenyan police believe a Kenyan separatist group may be to blame.
Meanwhile, police said a Russian tourist was shot dead in the port city of Mombasa after she resisted an attempt to steal her camera.
Lamu county was the same area where 60 people were killed in a massacre last month.
In September 2013, the rebels raided the upmarket Westgate shopping mall in the capital Nairobi, killing 67 people.
There has been a wave of gun and grenade attacks along the coast and in Nairobi since Kenyan troops went into Somalia in October 2011 to fight al Shabaab.
The Kenyan tourism business has been badly hit by the rebel assaults.