- Mahad Mohammed Karatey was killed along with 52 others, the Kenyan military says
- An Al-Shabaab spokesman denied that an airstrike happened; a Somali government official said Karatey may still be alive
- Karatey is known as the head of the Amniyat, Al-Shabaab's intelligence wing
Nairobi, Kenya (CNN)A Kenyan airstrike in Somalia has killed at least 52 militants from the Islamist terror organization Al-Shabaab, including its intelligence chief, the Kenyan military said. But Al-Shabaab denied that there was any strike, and a Somali government official cast doubt on the intelligence chief's death.