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>> This is the moment gunmen stormed an upscale complex in Kenya on Tuesday, leaving more than a dozen killed in their wake.
e complex located in the country's capital contains a hotel and the offices of several international companies. Identification papers indicate an American and a British citizen are among the dead.
A Spanish national has also been injured.>> Gunshots were just being sprayed all over from the top. I think they went to the top floor, and they just started spraying bullets.>> Survivors recounted the chaos and confusion as they tried to escape. Some say the gunmen fired at exit points as they tried to flee.
Several workers jumped from windows. The attack began shortly after 3 PM local time, with a blast in the parking lot, followed by a suicide bomb in a hotel lobby. More than 12 hours later, bursts of gun fire and blasts continued to ring out in the area undermining government assurance says that everything was under control.
The attack has been claimed by Somalia-based Islamist group, al-Shabab, known for a string of similar attacks around the East African nation. Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said on Wednesday that all four militants have been killed.