The Somali ambassador to the UK said the shopping centre attack in Kenya, thought to be the work of Al-Shabaab militants, should be a wake-up call to the international community on the threat posed by the group.
Speaking to Special Correspondent Rageh Omaar, Abdullahi Mohammed Ali said the attack shows the group have exported their terrorism from Somalia to other countries in the region, and warned that the aims of the group, and the threat they pose, was truly international.
As attention focusses on the militant group al-Shabaab, ITV News has spoken to a preacher accused of being their top recruiter.
A man who helped save the lives of shoppers caught in the Nairobi mall terror attack revealed he ran there after a text from his brother.
Kenyan officials have released new footage showing the devastation inside the Nairobi shopping centre after the terror attack.