At least 26 people were killed in a weekend attack by al-Shabab, a group the US has been battling for decades.
The Kenyan military is accused of turning the siege at the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi into a looting spree. Now, Kenyans are demanding to know what happened during the four days the security forces fought al-Shabab inside the mall.
Somalis in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul react to speculation that two of the Nairobi attackers of a Kenyan shopping mall may have come from Minnesota
Nairobi residents remained on edge as the assault by al-Shabab continued at a luxury Westgate shopping mall in the Kenyan capital. Kenyan Laura Walubengo, a web editor with DSTV online in Nairobi watched the scene unfold at the mall.
The violent attack on a mall in Nairobi is a sign of desperation from the Somali group responsible for it, according to analyst Ken Menkhaus, professor of political science at Davidson College. Anchor Marco Werman challenges him to explain his analysis.
Duncan McLean of the aid group Doctors without Borders talks about the difficulties of providing humanitarian aid in parts of Somalia where al-Shabab operates.
An al-Qaeda-linked militant group says it will not allow aid organizations into parts of Somalia.
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