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the u. s. secretary of state john kerry has arrived to kenya to meet government officials and business leaders , however the rising threat from somali islamist militants , is likely to dominate the talks , the kenyan government has come under increasing pressure in recent weeks off the somali militants staged a major attack on attending university , the killed about a hundred and fifty people are most of them students , and the government has been heavily criticized for its response , secretary carries visit to kenya suggests relations between the two countries are improving , off the president who could not so was elected a twenty first seen the relations hit something about rock bottom arab president could not sit was facing charges of crimes against humanity , between the two countries however our sins those charges were dropped resident could not as we welcome barbaric but i'm ok at the white house , and the relations between our two countries have been thawing and %HESITATION acetylene issues such as counterterrorism , it is likely secretary kerry's going to raise the issue of the job , that can the government has lost the u. n. to close the calm down something the u. n. says break international laws alright secretary carries expected , zebra solutions can be found to house these refugees