The parents of a British man who died in police custody in Kenya say they are still seeking justice, 18 months after their son's death.
An Al-Shabaab recruitment video makes reference to 10 British militants, raising the possibility of links to the attack on a mall in Kenya.
British investigators are struggling to pierce the secrecy surrounding Kenya's Westgate mall attack.
The Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta has tweeted his condolences to Nelson Mandela's family and friends:
It is with profound sorrow that I have learnt of the passing away of ‘Shujaa’ Nelson Mandela, an outstanding African statesman and icon
On behalf of the Gov't and the people of Kenya and on my own behalf, I wish to express our deepest condolences to his family and friends
He believed in the noble principles of equity, justice, cohesiveness and inclusiveness in governance #RIPNelsonMandela
Two Britons have reportedly been arrested by police in Kenya, with the Foreign Office looking into the incident.
– Foreign Office spokesman
We are looking into reports of two British nationals detained in Kenya. We stand ready to offer consular assistance.
Four Somali men in Kenyan have been charged with terrorism offences, for their alleged role in helping plan the Westgate Mall attack in September, which killed at least 67 people.
The charges included offering support, providing shelter and providing false documents to suspected gunmen, linked to Somali Islamist group al Shabaab.
All four men pleaded not guilty.
Kenyan warplanes have bombed targets held by al Qaeda-linked Islamists in Somalia in retaliation for an attack on a Nairobi mall last month that killed at least 67 people.
The Kenya Defence Forces said they destroyed a training camp used by al Shabaab, the Islamist group which claimed responsibility for the Westgate Mall attack. A Kenyan drone strike killed two leading members of al Shabaab on Monday.
Hundreds of protesters have marched through the Kenyan capital of Nairobi to demand justice for a 16-year-old girl who was the victim of a brutal gang-rape.
The men accused of gang-raping the girl, referred to under the pseudonym 'Liz', were ordered by police to cut grass as a punishment.
The punishment sparked national outrage and calls for justice from numerous women's campaign groups.
Activists are set to take to the streets to demand action after three men accused of gang-raping a 16-year-old girl in Kenya were reportedly made to cut grass as a punishment before being released.
The girl, referred to as 'Liz', was walking home from her grandfather's funeral when she was attacked by six men who repeatedly raped her before throwing her down a toilet pit.
Police ordered three of the men who were caught to cut the grass in the police compound before being released sparking national outrage.
The girl is now confined to a wheelchair as a result of injuries sustained during the attack, the local Daily Nation newspaper reported.
More than a 1.3 million people have now signed an online petition, published by campaign group Avaaz, calling on the Kenyan police chief to take action.
A mortuary worker has been charged with stealing from the bodies of Westgate siege victims, according to the Kenyan Daily Nation newspaper.
The report said Rose Oyungu, 54, denies stealing a golden watch and a mobile phone from the corpses of Mbugua Mwangi, nephew of President Kenyatta, and his fiancee Rose Wahito.
Ms Oyungu was released on bail and her case will be heard on November 25th.
CCTV footage from inside Westgate mall, obtained by CNN, shows the terrifying moment gunmen burst into the complex and began their shooting rampage.
Shoppers are seen frantically running and attempting to hide, as the men fired indiscriminately around them, whilst strolling around the centre, talking on their mobile phones, and at one point kneeling to pray.
ITV News Correspondent Paul Davies reports:
One woman, who survived the attack, is seen being forced to walk through a shop with a gun behind her. Others are seen cowering behind counters and crawling along the floor of the centre.
The attack left at least 67 people dead, hundreds injured and dozens unaccounted for.