“Kenya attack: 147 dead as Islamist gunmen target Christian students” is the headline in The Telegraph. The opening sentence of the piece reads:
At least 147 people have been killed after Islamist terrorists attacked a Kenyan university, singling out Christian students to murder.
The piece continues:
Many of those who had been killed had their throats cut, according to one source who had spoken to morgue workers. The report could not be immediately verified.
Security analysts feared that the gang intended to keep their remaining hostages overnight ahead of further violence on Friday, to maximise attention for their attack during the Easter holidays.
Compare that directness with the obfuscation you see on non-FNC news channels, where the word ‘Christian’ is avoided as much as possible.