NAIROBI, KENYA – From smoke rising to guns blazing, a shopping mall becomes a war-zone in Kenya.
About a dozen gunmen stormed the Nairobi mall on Saturday. Now the siege is in its third day. At least 69 people are dead, more than 175 others are wounded and at least ten people are still being held hostage.
The terrorists have reportedly slaughtered anyone who couldn’t name the Prophet Mohammed’s mother. Al-Shabaab, a group out of Somalia that’s linked with al Qaeda, has claimed responsibility.
Some of the victims are from Canada, France, China, India and the U.K. five Americans are among those hurt.