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Kenya church attack kills one
A man set off a grenade during a church service in the Kenyan capital Nairobi on Sunday, sowing chaos and killing one worshipper.
"It was horrible. People were screaming all over and blood was all over," resident Samuel Kimani Mwandati said outside the God's House of Miracles Church in Nairobi's Ngara neighbourhood.
The area police chief, Joseph Gichangi, said there had been "one fatality," and later police estimates put the number of injured at 15.
Nairobi has been hit by a series of unclaimed blasts since late 2011, which Kenyan officials have blamed on Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab Islamists. "We have not known the motive of the attack, but we can't rule out anything," said Nairobi deputy police chief Moses Nyakwama.
Gichangi said the assailant was reportedly a member of the congregation and fled immediately after setting off the grenade. Witnesses said he was armed. Police said witnesses provided a description of the attacker and urged the community to assist their investigation. "With the help of the public, we will get him," Nyakwama said.