Kenyans urge boost in security after Nairobi siege

A shocking attack that killed 21 people at luxury hotel and office complex in capital Nairobi has triggered calls for tough security measures.

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    Many Kenyans are asking how to fix security gaps in the country after Tuesday's attack on a luxury hotel and office complex left 21 people dead.

    They see the threat of al-Shabab, a Somalia-based armed group that was allegedly behind the siege, as a growing problem that needs to be dealt with through tough security measures.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Nairobi.


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