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Kenya says no hostages left in mall, raps U.S. over travel warning

They light candles in Kenya as officials confirm that 67 people were killed in last weeks lethal attack on a Nairobi shopping mall. al Shabaab militants claimed responsibility for the attack, and Interior Minister Joseph Ole Lenku says nine people have already been arrested. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JOSEPH OLE LENKU, KENYA'S INTERIOR MINISTER, SAYING: "More suspects continue to be arrested including one arrested today. As we reported on Friday, so far, there are no formal reports to the police regarding any missing persons in relation to the attack at the Westgate mall." He is also calling on the U.S. to lift a travel advisory. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JOSEPH OLE LENKU, KENYA'S INTERIOR MINISTER, SAYING: "We are concerned by the advisory which is uncalled for, unnecessary, and unfriendly. The advisory was issued despite the fact that we had asked the United States government as a friendly country not to issue such an advisory. " The government believ

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