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Al-Shabaab warns it will hit Kenyan skyscrapers

01 June 2012, 14:25

Nairobi – A US-based intelligence firm warned on Friday of an impending attack by Somalia’s Al-Shabaab, mainly targeting skyscrapers in the Kenyan capital.

IntelCenter said the Al Qaeda-linked militant group had threatened to bring down skyscrapers within two weeks.

“Something big will happen in the next two weeks. Kenyans will weep,” the respected private spying firm said.

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