Kenyan president declares victory in mall siege amid fears many more bodies still inside

  • Article by: DAVID RISING , Associated Press
  • Updated: September 24, 2013 - 9:30 PM

NAIROBI, Kenya — Kenyan authorities prepared for the gruesome task of recovering dozens more victims than initially feared after the country's president declared an end Tuesday to the four-day siege of a Nairobi mall by al-Qaida-linked terrorists. Officials said the death count could jump by another 60 or more.

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A440Sep. 24, 13 1:08 PM

...and the U.S. government is at war with Christianity.

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jpcooperSep. 24, 13 1:40 PM

How of the Terrorists are from the Cedar Riverside neighborhood?

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nativesonzzSep. 24, 13 1:41 PM

During an interview in 2007, General Wesley Clark stated that he was handed a memo from the Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld. In the memo it stated that after Iraq, we were going to move to Libya, Syria, Lebanon, Kenya, Sudan, Somalia, and ending in Iran. In that order. All of these countries, were keen on establishing their own currency to be able to NOT trade oil in U.S. Dollars. Fighting terrorism is our excuse to bomb and control nations... just wait... follow the money.

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slowbotnikSep. 24, 13 2:34 PM

@jpcooper - you are right on the money with that comment. Sadly, that's almost as much of a lock as betting against the Vikings.

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gadams500Sep. 24, 13 2:52 PM

I think El Shabib made a huge mistake. They think this will make the Kenyan army pull out of Somalia. I think the opposite will happen and the Kenyan's will track them down like the dogs they are.

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guled612Sep. 24, 13 3:29 PM

the world is better off all shabab, but don't believed that this guys are from cedar riverside neighborhood,is not true, they trying to make look bad our neighborhood, because lots Somali lives there, that is stupid to say that.

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