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Nairobi mall massacre

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At least 68 people were killed and 150 injured when terrorist claiming affiliation with al-Qaida tossed grenades and went on a shooting spree in an upscale shopping mall in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, Saturday.

Khalil Senosi / The Associated Press

Ann Gakii, left, reacts at the Nairobi City Mortuary after identifying the body of her father, who was killed in the mall attack, in Nairobi, Kenya, Tuesday. Islamic militants who staged a deadly attack on a Kenya mall said Tuesday hostages are still alive and fighters are "still holding their ground," as Nairobi's city morgue prepared for the arrival of a large number of bodies of people killed, an official said.

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