Classes resume at Garissa University nearly one year after Al Shabaab attack

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There have been small renovations. The walls have been painted with new colors. The dormitory where the attackers went room to room killing students has since been renamed.

A police station has been set up at the school and security presence has upped from four officers to 30.

Classes resume Monday at Garissa University College, nine months after the school experienced one of the bloodiest terrorist attacks Kenyan soil.

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