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Kenya: Court frees 3 Dusit attack suspects after probe finds no links

A Nyeri court on Friday released three suspects in the Al-Shabaab attack on the dusitD2 complex in Nairobi, citing police findings following investigations.

The court said that the Anti-Terrorism Police Unit closed the file saying no offences and links to the incident were found during its probe.

On Monday, the ATPU was granted five days to hold the three suspects for further investigations into the January 15 assault by the terror group, that left 21 people dead.

The three are Mr Abdul Kibiringi, Mr James Mwai Mwangi and Ms Habiba Gedi Hunshur.

At that time, the ATPU, through police constable Newton Mwangi, noted that the suspects were arrested on Friday night and that their call logs were yet to be obtained from mobile phone service providers.

By Daily Nation

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