Kenya's National Disaster Operation Centre has reported that 10 people have been killed in twin blasts in the capital Nairobi. One suspect has been arrested, the emergency centre said.
UPDATE: 10 fatalities, close to 70 others injured in the Gikomba Blasts. One suspect has been arrested. #GikombaBlast
The injured have been taken to Kenyatta National Hospital and Guru Nanak Hospital. Red Cross is setting up a blood donation centre at KNH.
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