Nairobi mosque blast toll now five

2012-12-08 19:02
Smoke billows from a fire in a street following a large explosion outside a mosque in Nairobi. (STR, AFP)

Smoke billows from a fire in a street following a large explosion outside a mosque in Nairobi. (STR, AFP)

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Nairobi - Two more people died of wounds sustained in an explosion near a mosque in the Kenyan capital, bringing the toll to five, police said on Saturday.

"Two more people have died in hospital, the death toll is now five," Nairobi Police Chief Moses Nyakwama told AFP.

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