Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta declared three days of national mourning Saturday after Somali Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab gunmen killed almost 150 people in one of the country's worst massacres.
"I declare three days of mourning during which our flags will fly at half mast," Kenyatta said in a televised national address from the capital Nairobi, condemning the "barbaric slaughter" in his first address since the attack ended on Thursday.
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