An explosive device set off in a Sunday school class in Kenya has killed one child and seriously wounded three.
Acting police chief Moses Ombati said he suspects sympathisers with the Somali militant group al-Shabab were behind the attack at an Anglican church in the capital Nairobi.
Kenya has seen a series of attacks on churches ever since Kenyan forces moved into Somalia to fight al-Shabab last year. Kenyan forces kicked the rebels out of their last stronghold, Kismayo, on Friday.
Grenades are often used in the attacks by insurgents.
One church member, Julius Macharia Maina, brought four children to the hospital. One child's head was cut open while the others had bruises. Mr Maina described the attack as "emotional and very scary".