CAPTION CORRECTS REMOVES NUMBER OF PEOPLE KILLED IN FIRST SENTENCEFILE - In this file photo of Monday, March 3, 2003, A new U.S. Embassy on the outskirts of Nairobi. The largest U.S. diplomatic ... more 
CAPTION CORRECTS REMOVES NUMBER OF PEOPLE KILLED IN FIRST SENTENCEFILE - In this file photo of Monday, March 3, 2003, A new U.S. Embassy on the outskirts of Nairobi. The largest U.S. diplomatic mission in sub-Saharan Africa replaces the earlier mission that was destroyed by a terrorist bomb on Aug, 7, 1998, killing over 200 people. As President Barack Obama prepares to visit East Africa nearly 15 years after terrorists bombed two U.S. embassies here, a former United States ambassador to Kenya says he worries that security at the Nairobi embassy has been "complacent" and may not have had adequate priority in the recent past. Obama is scheduled on Monday, July 1, 2013, to visit Dar es Salaam, the commercial capital of Tanzania, which along with Nairobi was the site of near-simultaneous embassy attacks in August 1998. The attacks killed 224 people, mostly Kenyans, but also a dozen Americans. Obama is likely to visit the memorial for the victims of the Tanzania attack. (AP Photo/Khalil Senosi, File) less 
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