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>> See officers who standby and also.>> Gunfire and flames in the Kenya capital of Nairobi on Tuesday in an attack on an upscale hotel and office complex that's been claimed by Somali Islamist group Al Shabab. As smoke rose above 14 Riverside Drive, people fled the building, including three men covered in blood, and a woman who was carried out after being shot in the leg.
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] You'll be okay, yeah?>> Some office workers climbed out of windows, and many told Reuters that they had to leave their colleagues behind, huddled under their desks.>> So, some people got in the toilets, other people are still hiding in the stalls. And many people are in the offices under the desks.
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There are so many people inside there.>> A spokesman for Al Shabab claimed responsibility and said their operations were ongoing.>> I want to go!>> Yeah, we are going, we are going.>> Kenya has often been targeted by Al Shabab, who killed dozens in an attack on the West Gate shopping mall in 2013 and nearly 150 students at the university in 2015.