Kenyan and foreign forensics teams scoured the wreckage of a Nairobi shopping mall Wednesday for bodies and clues after a four-day siege by Islamist gunmen left 67 dead and dozens more missing.
A funeral van outside Nairobi's mortuary on September 25, 2013 as Kenyan troops and rescue workers scour the wreckage of a Nairobi mall for bodies and booby-trapped explosives.
Rescuers and investigators wore face masks and some soldiers wrapped scarves around their mouths because of an overpowering stench inside the Westgate centre, once the capital's most upmarket mall. A large part of the complex has collapsed after heavy explosions and a fierce fire.
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