Kenya police observe the remains of burnt-out cars at a police station in Mpeketoni, Lamu county on June 16, 2014 after some 50 heavily-armed gunmen attacked the town near the coastal island and popular tourist resort of lamu the night before. At least 49 people were killed when suspected Shebab militants from Somalia stormed into a Kenyan coastal town and launched a major assault on a police station, hotels and government offices, officials said June 16.
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By TIME Video
June 20, 2014

With locals terrified after a brutal attack earlier this week, Kenyan officials say they found and killed several suspects. The attacks that killed at least 60 people happened as the town of Mpeketoni held a World Cup viewing party Sunday. This marks the deadliest attack in Kenya since the Nairobi mall attack attacks in September.

About 50 armed gunman attacked a police station this past Sunday, taking the town by surprise. The gunman then went door to door, pulling individuals from their homes, and demanding to know who was Muslim, before executing countless people.

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