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Nairobi mall terror finally comes to an end, the mall completely wrecked where five militants are dead and eleven taken into custody, Kenya

The military has finally succeeded in taking over complete control over the Nairobi mall on the fourth day. The battle ended between the terrorists and the military, where the forces had succeeded in capturing eleven militants alive while five of the other militants were reported dead. As far as the number of the dead civilians is concerned, the numbers are bound to increase as three floors of the mall had been brought down by the militants, and as the wreckage would be cleared out, its expected that more bodies would be recovered. To confirm the identities of all terrorists, the authorities are waiting for the reports of forensic that will further determine their nationalities.
While speaking about the identities, President Uhuru Kenyatta promised to the reporters that whatever the reports and actions would be taken against these terrorists full accounts will be laid out. While speaking to the reporters Kenyatta also spoke of the fact that the militants might have kept other surprises inside the mall, like some kind of explosives or booby traps. There are also suspects that maybe one or two terrorists managed to runaway in the chaos. The authorities are now taking full precautions against any suspects. 11 suspects had already been detained at the airport, so far.
‘We have ashamed and defeated our attackers. As a nation our head is bloodied but unbowed’ as stated by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, who also declared three days of mourning for the loss of all innocent lives. More than 70 deaths have been reported with 175 severely injured. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV


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