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Kenya: Nairobi Five Star Hotel Mortgage Crisis Ends

Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta has said that the occupation of suspected extremists has ended in a luxury hotel in Nairobi and the attackers have been 'wiped out'.

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On Tuesday, some gunmen attacked Dustidi-2 hotels and offices located in the Westlands area of ​​the city, in which at least 14 people died.

Somalia's extremist group al-Shabab has been responsible for the attack.

According to eyewitnesses, four people armed with weapons entered the hotel and five people died in a restaurant. According to information received from the US State Department, a person killed by a US citizen is involved.

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According to media reports, about 30 people were treated for Nairobi's asphyxia

There are 101 rooms in the five-star D├╝dhede-II hotel. Located close to the city's business center, this complex offers spa and many restaurants.

At 11 o'clock at the local time, Interior Minister Secretary Fred Matiyang said, "All the buildings in this complex are now safe. The situation is now in our control. Terrorism can not beat us. "

About an hour after this statement, the noise of bullets in the area was heard.

How did the attack happen?

The attack started at 3 o'clock in the local time. The gunmen throw bombs in car parking before entering the building. Kenia's Chief Police Joseph Boinette said that one of the attackers blew himself up with a bomb.

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A woman working in a nearby building told the news agency Reuters, "I heard the noise of bullets, then the people who raised their hands ran away, some people were entering the bank to save their lives."

The voices of the blasts were also heard and the smoke was seen rising from the complex. The vehicles in the parking lot have also started to fire.

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