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Kenya's Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Coordination of National Government Joseph Nkaissery (AFP Photo/Mandel Ngan)

Kenya government makes major security reshuffle

Kenya’s government on Wednesday announced major changes in its administrative and security personnel, with a clear focus on tackling the security issues linked to Somalia’s Al-Shabaab rebels.

Vigil in Nairobi, Kenya. Each cross stands for a victim. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

The world is remembering - and forgetting - the attack in Kenya that killed 148 students

After the initial breaking news frenzy of the brutal Islamist attack that killed 148 students in Kenya, the coverage of the massacre in western media waned, as it often does when tragedy hits far from home.

Kenyan Muslim women and men applaud as a women's representative denounces the latest attack by al-Shabab gunmen, at a public meeting in Garissa, Kenya, on Apr. 3, 2015. Ben Curtis—AP

Look beyond Garissa attack to see progress in Kenya: former US Ambassador to Kenya, Major General Scott Gration, Ret.

If the media coverage on Kenya is all about terrorism, the terrorists win.