** FILE ** Kenyan troops heading to Somalia are pictured near Liboi, Kenya, on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011. The troops will stay in southern Somalia until Kenyans feel safe again, the chief of Kenya's armed forces said Saturday. (AP Photo, File)
In this undated image provided by the Manda Bay resort hotel, a beach at Manda Island, Kenya, is seen. Suspected Somali pirates driving their boat under the cover of darkness kidnapped an elderly Frenchwoman on a resort island in northern Kenya early Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011, a Western official and an area resident said. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Manda Bay)
A Kenyan converts money at a currency-exchange bureau in Nairobi, Kenya, on Tuesday. Kenya's currency is in free fall against the dollar, dropping 30 percent in value this year, to an all-time low. That has increased prices of food and fuel across the country. (Associated Press)
Townspeople watch as rescue workers tend to the injured and dead in flattened homes after a gasoline pipeline exploded Monday in Nairobi, Kenya. At least 75 people were dead and the toll was expected to rise; more than 100 suffered severe burns. (Associated Press)
Turkana people wait in line to receive food from a famine-relief charity in Turkana district, Kenya, on Aug. 30. The U.N. says tens of thousands already have died in Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia and Djibouti owing to famine.
A woman and her husband in Kenya wait for food distribution from Oxfam on Tuesday. The United Nations says tens of thousands of people have died of starvation in the drought-plagued Horn of Africa.
A woman carries three water containers on her back to her home on Aug. 4, 2011, at a refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya. The camp, designed for 90,000 people, now houses about 440,000 refugees, almost all from war-ravaged Somalia. (Associated Press)
Members of Rage Mohamed's family are overtaken by a dust storm as they try to build a makeshift shelter on the outskirts of the world's largest refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya, this month. It took the 15-member family five days to walk to the camp from their drought-stricken home in Somalia. (Associated Press)
A malnourished Abdi Ibrahim is comforted by his wife, Duba Dagane, as he lies on his bed in Lagbogal, Kenya. Parts of Kenya and Somalia are experiencing pre-famine conditions, the United Nations has said. More than 10 million people are affected in five African nations.
**FILE** This undated photo provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation shows Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, the al Qaeda operative behind the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. A Somali official said June 11, 2011 that Mohammed was killed by security forces four days earlier. (Associated Press)
** FILE ** This Aug. 8, 1998, file photo shows the United States Embassy, left, and other damaged buildings in downtown Nairobi, Kenya, the day after terrorist bombs in Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. (AP Photo/Dave Caulkin, File)
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Geoffrey Mutai of Kenya takes the final strides of the fastest marathon ever run in the men's division of the 115th Boston Marathon. Strong winds helped Mutai post a time of 2:03.02.
Robert Kiprono Cheruiyot of Kenya, winner of men's elite division of the 2010 Boston Marathon, listens to reporter's question during a news conference for the 115th Boston Marathon, Friday, April 15, 2011, in Boston. The Boston Marathon is schedulted to run on Monday, April 18. (AP Photo/Bizuayehu Tesfaye)
In this undated photo released by the journal Science adult female baboons are seen with infants in Amboseli, Kenya. A team at Iowa State University studied data on primate aging, collected over decades around the world, and compared it with statistics on modern Americans. It turns out the aging pattern for humans isn't too different from most other primates, such as chimpanzees, monkeys and baboons, new research shows. (AP Photo/Science) NO SALES.