NAIROBI (AFP) - Kenya will probe reports of civilian deaths in an air raid against Somalia's Shebab rebels, Prime Minister Raila Odinga said Tuesday, after an aid group said five people died in the attack. Kenyan warplanes struck a town in insurgent-held southern Somalia on Sunday in an offensive against the Shebab, which Nairobi blames for cross-border attacks and tourist kidnappings. "If there is any death that has occurred as a result of the military operation, it will be investigated thoroughly," Odinga told reporters. "It is not our intention to kill innocent civilians."