Two days after the siege at Nairobi's Westgate mall ended, authorities from around the world are still searching for victims and evidence. Officials have confirmed that at least 67 people died in the attack, and the Kenyan Red Cross estimates 61 people remain missing, though Kenya's Interior Minister told the BBC he expects to find an "insignificant number of bodies."
There were reports of “large explosions” and gunfire as Kenyan forces continued their operation to free the remaining hostages in Nairobi's Westgate mall. In the three days since the attack began, 62 people have been killed, with at least another 175 injured, including many children. Two of the alleged terrorists are now confirmed dead.