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Kenya: Gunman 'Could Still Be Hiding In Mall'
There are fears that one of the gunmen who launched a terror attack on a Kenyan shopping mall could still be hiding inside.
Sky's chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay said: "There is a distinct possibility that somebody could have survived, one of the gunmen could be in there.
"There have been sources saying that is something under consideration whenever the clearance operation moves further into the building."
Kenya has begun three days of mourning for the victims of the Nairobi attack, as authorities look to retrieve the bodies of victims still trapped inside.
At least 67 people have been confirmed dead in the attack, including 61 civilians and six security officials.
Kenyan authorities say the number of dead may rise further, as bodies are feared to be trapped beneath rubble in the mall after three levels collapsed.
Officials say the Government is working to determine why part of the building collapsed. They also said that five attackers were killed, with ten others held.
Six Britons - including an eight-year-old girl - are among the dead, and Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has warned there may be further British victims.
A Western embassy official said the number of additional dead could reach as high as 100. Morgue workers are preparing to receive further victims.
About 175 people were also wounded when al Shabaab militants stormed the Nairobi mall on Saturday afternoon.
More video shows the rescue of a woman and two children from the mall by a police officer.
Meanwhile a photo taken by Sky's Alex Crawford showed people lining up to give blood.
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta announced in a televised address that troops had "shamed and defeated" the militants following a four-day siege.
"Kenya has stared down evil and triumphed. These cowards will meet justice as will their accomplices and patrons, wherever they are," Mr Kenyatta said.
Some 11 suspects have been arrested in connection with the attack, and a further five died during the siege at the complex.
A British man arrested at Nairobi airport had no involvement in the attack, it has been confirmed.
"Now it is for the forensic and criminal experts," said police spokesman Masoud Mwinyi.
Explosives experts are searching for booby traps in the wreckage.
Teams of sniffer dogs have been taken into the building to check for explosives and to find bodies.
The attackers marched into the four-storey, part Israeli-owned mall at midday on Saturday, shooting dead shoppers with machine guns and tossing grenades.
Al Shabaab has claimed it carried out the attack in retaliation for Kenya's military intervention in Somalia.