Two blasts hit Kenya's capital on Friday, killing 10 people and injuring 70 more in the latest in a string of increasingly frequent terror attacks. The blasts came the same week the United States and the U.K. issued renewed travel warnings. (May 16)
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Nairobi, Kenya - 16 May 2014
1. Wide, blast area
2. Close-up of bags covered in blood to mini van
3. Various photographer at scene
4. Close-up damage in building
5. Tilt up from damage
6. Various, crowd at scene
7. Various, injured people being taken into hospital on stretchers
Two blasts hit Kenya's capital on Friday, killing at least 10 people and injuring 70 more in the latest in a string of increasingly frequent attacks.
The blasts come in the same week the United States and the UK issued renewed warnings about the possibility of further attacks.
Nairobi Police said two improvised explosive devices were detonated in a market area near downtown Nairobi, one of the blasts hit a mini-van used for public transportation.