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Kenya / Mall Massacre #1056463

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Sep 21, 2013
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) The terror attack at a mall in Kenya by Al Shabab militants affiliated with Al Qaeda updated; casualty figures cited; scenes shown from Nairobi. [Voice of witness Sara HEAD†- describes what happened.] [Kenyan President Uhuru KENYATTA†- says terrorism is a philosophy of cowards.] Al Shabab’s accusation that Kenya is too close to the US and its connection to attacks in Somalia noted.

(Nairobi: David McKenzie) The Al Shabab group featured; propaganda video of a beheading shown; details given about their recruiting of jihadists from Somalia and beyond. [Human rights activist Hassan Shire SHEIKH†- says they shoot, kill and maim.] [International Crisis Group Rashid ABDI†- says it is a deadly organizaiton.]

Reporter(s):
Savidge, Martin;
McKenzie, David
Duration:
00:04:50

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