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Kenya / Mall Massacre / American Interview #1052109

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 23, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The timeline for the unresolved standoff at the shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya, that was taken over by Al Shabab terrorists introduced; scenes shown of the mall under siege on Saturday by gunmen, Kenyan soldiers, survivors. [Survivor Bendita MALAKIA†, voice of American Elaine GANG‡- describe what happened in the attack.] A "Washington Post" report on militant Americans at the mall noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Nairobi: Nima Elbagir) The ongoing final assault on the gunmen in the mall, what is known about those people unaccounted for, the role of Al Shabab in Kenya discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with American in Nairobi Nick Handler about the attack. [HANDLER - describes what happened in the mall, how he got outside, hiding for three hours, how his wife was rescued.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Elbagir, Nima

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