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Kenya Mall Attack: New Video Of The Gunmen
New CCTV footage has emerged from inside the Nairobi shopping mall showing how the attackers calmly shot people before taking time out to pray.
The video shows shoppers running away from the gunmen and dropping to the floor as bullets fly through the air.
At one point an injured man, who is bleeding heavily, is seen trying to pull himself to safety before apparently being shot again and then dying.
The silent video is taken from a number of CCTV cameras around the upmarket Westgate Mall in Kenya's capital and was obtained by CNN.
It appears that the footage was taken on September 21, the first day of a four-day siege, which left at least 67 people dead.
The attackers are also shown taking in turns to pray in what appears to be a store room.
Another section shows two militants casually walking through a supermarket while firing their guns and then talking on their mobile phones.
A woman with two children and pushing another in a shopping trolley are seen walking past a line of tills before a teenage girl follows them with a gunman behind her pointing the way.
It is believed they were all eventually released.
The al Qaeda-linked group al Shabaab claimed the attack was in retaliation for Kenyan military operations in Somalia.
A month on from the attack, two boxes of charred body parts have been delivered to a Nairobi morgue in what could be the first discovered remains of the gunmen.
Officials in Kenya, speaking anonymously, said they were found in the mall alongside four AK-47 rifles.
Another security official also said one of the four gunmen seen in the CCTV footage is a Norwegian-Somali whose last name is Dhuhulow, with the first or middle name Abdi.
Five attackers were killed by security forces during the siege, Kenya authorities have said.