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Photo released by the Kenyan Presidential office, showing the remains of cars and other debris photographed from the rooftop of the car park outside the Westgate Mall on 26 September

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Photo released by the Kenyan Presidential office, showing the remains of cars and other debris photographed from the rooftop of the car park outside the Westgate Mall

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A soldier helps people inside Westgate mall on Saturday

Kenya shopping mall attack: Nairobi hostages were tortured before they were killed, says police doctor

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First things first. WHO IS TALKING ABOUT THE GLOBAL RACE, Mr Prime Minister, apart from you, who seemingly can't stop? Second, @mushybees makes a fair point...

Smoke rises over the mall yesterday

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24 September 2013: Kenya Defence Forces soldiers take their position at the Westgate shopping centre, on the fourth day since militants stormed into the mall, in Nairobi

Kenya shopping mall attack: Hero former Royal Marine re-entered Westgate shopping centre 12 times to save 100 people from terrorists

Ex-soldier emerges as one of the heroes of the shopping mall terror attack

A Kenyan soldier gives the thumbs up after clearing the top floor balcony and interior of the Westgate mall in Nairobi

'We have defeated our enemies': President Uhuru Kenyatta declares Kenya shopping mall attack is over but death toll continues to rise

Uhuru Kenyatta declares three days of national mourning after 61 civilians killed and 240 injured in terror

Who is the White Widow, Samantha Lewthwaite? 10 things we know

Update 26/09/13: Interpol has issued a Red Notice, or internationally wanted persons alert, for Samantha Lewthwaite at the request of authorities in Kenya. Here's what we know so far about the so-called 'White Widow'...

Samantha Lewthwaite, whose husband Jermaine Lindsay was one of the 7/7 suicide bombers in London

Kenya shopping mall attack: Who is the 'White Widow' Samantha Lewthwaite?

She converted to Islam married Jermaine Lindsay in 2002 before he killed 26 people when he blew himself up in the July 7 terrorist attacks in London

Samantha Lewthwaite, widow of 7/7 suicide bomber Germaine Lindsay, has been linked to the Nairobi attack, although it is not clear whether she is the British woman that Amina Mohamed was referring to

Kenya shopping mall attack: Was British 'White Widow' Samantha Lewthwaite among militants killed in Nairobi massacre?

Kenyan foreign minister says British woman experienced in terrorist activities was among attackers at Nairobi shopping centre

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