A Muslim teacher in Kenya who protected Christians on a bus after it was attacked by Islamist militants has been posthumously honoured for his bravery.
Salah Farah was shot in the attack in north-eastern Kenya in December and later died from his bullet wound.
The insurgents told the Muslims and Christians to split up but he was among Muslim passengers who refused to do so.
President Uhuru Kenyatta said he was awarding the Order Of The Grand Warrior to Mr Farah “for his act of courage”.
It is one of the country’s top honours and is awarded by the president for exemplary service to the country.
In previous attacks in the area, Somalia-based al-Shabab militants have killed Christians and spared Muslims.