In February previous year, Kenya tried to downplay a similar al-Shabab attack that Somalia's president said killed at least 180 Kenyan soldiers. Kenya contributes more than 3,600 troops to the Africa Union mission in Somalia. A small number of Somali forces and Kenyan troops fought to hold off the attack from al-Shabab, but the militants detonated more explosives and continued heavy gunfire.
Tragically, spectators in Australia had to witness just that at an air show after a plane nosedived straight into a river. Witness Lloyd Douglas, who was on a boat, said the plane appeared to stall as it turned towards the city: "As he banked left he seemed to go further to the left and lose forward momentum and lost altitude fairly quickly".
The support was unbelievable and for them it might be one of their greatest days, coming up here and winning. But while Saints fans celebrated wildly Liverpool supporters were left to wonder just where a campaign which had promised so much before Christmas is now heading.
Talks between the pair came before a meeting between Mrs May and Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim. British Prime Minister Theresa May on Saturday signed a $125 million defence equipment deal with Turkey and promised to push for more trade between the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, but cautioned Ankara on human rights following last year's failed coup.
Chile's National Forestry Corporation said multiple blazes had affected 238,000 hectares (588,000 acres) and were increasing. Attention shifted Thursday morning to the town of Santa Olga, about 360 kilometers (220 miles) south of the capital, Santiago, were thousands of houses were destroyed by the fire.
Earlier this week, Turkey and Russian Federation, along with Iran, brought delegates from the Syrian government and rebel groups to Kazakhstan for a round of peace talks that ended with the three nations agreeing to help monitor a partial cease-fire and work toward a political resolution to the Syrian conflict.