Kenyan cleric's death sparks protests

Police in Mombasa fire tear gas to disperse protests after the killing of a Muslim cleric.

    Kenyan riot police have fired tear gas to disperse people protesting about the killing of a Muslim cleric.

    The crowd had been warned against demonstrating over the death of Abubaker Shariff Ahmed - the third cleric shot dead in two years.

    Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports from Mombasa.

    [During the first airing of this report, a photo from a different story was mistakenly used instead of an image of Sheikh Abubaker Shariff Ahmed. The error has since been fixed]

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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