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Several hundred Kenyan students have marched through Nairobi to honour those who died in the attack on Garrisa University College by Islamic militant group al-Shabaab.
The protesters also called on the government to provide better security following the event during which 148 people, mainly Christians, were killed.
Demonstrators carried placards which read: "You remain in our hearts!" and "RIP comrades."
The protesters stopped at President Uhuru Kenyatta's office building to present their demands, which include state compensation for the families of the victims who died in the Garissa attack, the construction of a memorial, and better security on campuses and in Kenya as a whole according to Associated Press.
Kenya has claimed to have destroyed two camps inside Somalia, belonging to the Islamist terror group al-Shabaab.
The bombing raids were the first military response to last week's massacre of 148 mainly Christian university students.
ITV News reporter Rebecca Barry has the story:
Kenya's air force air-bombed two Somalian al-Shabaab camps on Sunday in the first major military response to last week's university massacre.
A Kenya Defence Forces source said jets targeted camps in the Gedo region near the border of Kenya.
Cloud cover made it difficult to assess the damage or estimate the death toll, the source said.
Armed police officers have been guarding churches in Kenya to protect their Easter Sunday congregations following last week's university massacre.
The son of a Kenyan government official has been identified as a suspected al Shabaab gunmen involving in the killing of students at a university, the Interior Ministry has said.
Spokesman Mwenda Njoka said Abdirahim Abdullahi was one of four gunmen who attacked the Garissa University College campus on Thursday, killing 148 people.
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta has declared three days of national mourning following the attack on Garissa university which killed 148 people.
Mr Kenyatta, in an address to the nation, said the entire country felt the sorrow of the victims' families.
He called for unity and described the incident as an attack on humanity.
Five men have been arrested in connection with the attack at a university in Kenya that left at least 148 people dead on Thursday, the country's Interior Ministry has said.
Three men men thought to have co-ordinated the assault are said to have been arrested trying to flee to Somalia. They were all Kenyans of Somali origin, as was a security guard held at the university.
A Tanzanian national was also arrested at the university.
A new survivor of the Garissa University massacre has been found, two days after the college came under siege from Islamic extremists.
Cynthia Charotich, 19, had remained undetected in the college building since Thursday and was only found at 10am this morning.
The teenager said she had hidden herself in a large cupboard and covered herself with clothes after gunmen from the al Shabaab group stormed the building and had not believed that rescuers urging her to come out were there to help.
According to Kenyan medical staff, 148 people were killed during Thursday's attack.
Somali Islamist militants have threatened to stage more attacks in Kenya, after 148 people were killed during an assault at a university on Thursday.
In a statement, the group vowed a long war, saying Kenya's cities will "run red with blood".
Five people have been arrested in connection with an attack on a Kenyan university that killed at least 148 people, CNN reported, citing Kenyan Interior Minister Joseph Nkaissery.
Masked Al Shabaab gunmen strapped with explosives stormed the Garissa University College campus, 120 miles from the Somali border, in a pre-dawn rampage on Thursday. CNN gave no further details on the arrests.
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A student who survived the terror attack on a Kenyan college has told of how she played dead to escape the gunmen.
The attack on a college in Garissa, Kenya, comes a day after President Uhuru Kenyatta declared: ''Kenya is safe".