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Battle between militants and forces inside Nairobi mall continues on the third day, officials state two to three of them are Americans while one Brit, Kenya

It has been the third day, three days of terror and battle, three days and the forces are still trying to gain to nail down the terrorists inside Nairobi mall. The terrorists are determined to fight till death and to take down whatever and whoever they can to leave a larger impact. While the military and police are taking cautious steps while taking control inside the mall being well aware of the fact that there are still many more civilians inside the mall, some at gun point while others trying to hide here and there.
Bringing out more information on the terrorists, Kenyan Foreign Minister revealed that at least two or three of the attackers are Americans and one is a Brit. The chief of the Kenyan Defense forces also cleared the fact that the accent in which the militants were giving out orders and communicating with the forces it was extremely clear that at least two or three are Americans while one was carrying Brit accent. And they all appear to be between 19-20 years old.
‘Al-Shabab is a Somalia militia. But the militants inside the mall are clearly a multinational collection from all over the world. We are fighting global terrorism here’, as stated by Kenyan General Julius Karangi to the reporters. Along with clearing out facts about the true identities of the terrorists, the forces must also understand the loopholes that helped them to carry out such a high level and sophisticated attack. Neither the forces nor the government officials have laid down any certainty of when this deadly battle would come to an end. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV

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