Investigators have determined the the al-Shabab militants had set up shop in the Kenyan mall where an assault was launched last week. The shop gave them access to service elevators, enabling them to stockpile weapons and ammunition, while pre-positioned weapons allowed them to re-arm quickly and repel the security forces.
At least 67 people are known to have died in the resulting four-day siege, while Kenya’s Red Cross says 61 others are still missing.
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Investigators have determined the the al-Shabab militants had set up shop in the Kenyan…
by Tactical-Life / Sep 27, 2013