Kenyan embassy: Victims demand U.S. aid during Obama's visit

KEN151515aa001NAIROBI — Cheering crowds at the memorial for victims of the 1998 Kenyan Embassy bombing welcomed President Obama on Saturday as police and the president's security detail pushed back onlookers trying to catch a glimpse of him.

Thousands of residents lined the streets as they waved Kenyan flags, chanted Obama's name and sang traditional songs. But victims of the August 1998 U.S. Embassy bombing who say they have not been compensated for the attack were not satisfied.

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