Kenya on high alert after al-Shabab attack

Kenyans displaced by the hunt for al-Shabab fighters are too afraid to return home.

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    Security has been stepped up across Kenya since al-Shabab gunmen attacked a Nairobi hotel complex this month, killing 21 people.

    The crackdown is disrupting life - military and police checkpoints dot the road and due to the frequent stops and searches, a four-hour journey now takes a gruelling 10 hours.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Boni forest close to the border with Somalia.


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