Students evacuated from Moi University during a terrorist siege react as they gather together in Garissa on April 3, 2015 before being transported to their home regions. AFP PHOTO / CARL DE SOUZA
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The Islamic extremists who slaughtered 147 people in a Kenyan school appeared to have planned extensively, even targeting a site where Christians had gone to pray, a survivor said Friday.In Nairobi, Kenya's capital, family members were lining up at a morgue where about 20 bodies had already been airlifted from Garissa.Titus,, a 21-year-old English literature student, said she covered her face and hair with the blood of classmates and lay still at one point during Al-Shabab's deadliest attack on Kenyan soil in hopes the Islamic extremist gunmen would think she was dead.Many students did, whereupon the gunmen started shooting men, saying they would not kill "ladies," Titus said. But they also shot women and targeted Christians, said Titus, who is a Christian.
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