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Two accomplices in Kenya’s Westgate attack jailed for 33 and 18 years

By France24
31 October 2020   |   11:35 am
What were the jailed men convicted of Mohammed Ahmed Abdi, who received the 33-year prison sentence, and Hussein Hassan Mustafa, who was jailed for 18 years, were charged with planning and committing acts of terror, as well as supporting and helping a terrorist group.

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