Kenya protests U.S. terror advisory for Mombasa
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Kenya protests U.S. terror advisory for Mombasa

Mombasa : Kenya | Jun 24, 2012 at 9:14 AM PDT
Source: USA Today
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Kenya (AP) The Kenyan government is protesting a U.S. embassy travel advisory that warned of an imminent terror attack on the coastal town of Mombasa, saying the advisory amounts to "economic sabotage" in a city that is reliant on tourism. In a joint statement on Sunday, Head of Public Service Francis... FULL ARTICLE AT USA Today
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