Kenyan security agencies are seeking further suspects over Tuesday’s al-Shabab-claimed terror attack in Nairobi that killed at least 21 people. Media reports say seven people were arrested since authorities Wednesday declared the assault on a hotel and office complex over. Security analysts say the Somali militant group is changing tactics, as Mohammed Yusuf reports from Nairobi.
Once again, the Somalia-based militant group al-Shabab appears to have struck Kenya. This time, the attack was on the Dusit D2 hotel and office complex in the capital, Nairobi. VOA senior analyst Jeffrey Young spoke via Skype with insurgency experts, who explain why Kenya is a target for al-Shabab.