CC News: Masked gunmen have stormed a university near the Somali border in north-eastern Kenya, killing at least two people and injuring about 30.
Troops have surrounded Garissa University College and are engaging the attackers.
Witnesses spoke of the gunmen firing indiscriminately and there are fears the casualty toll could rise.
It is not clear who is behind the attack, but Somali al-Shabab militants have regularly targeted Kenya.
Exchange of fire
Some five masked gunmen are reported to have carried out the attack. There are reports that hostages have been taken.
Kenyan police said the gunmen shot guards at the main gate at about 05:30 local time (02:30 GMT).
Nearby policemen then engaged in a fierce exchange of fire and the gunmen escaped into the university buildings.