Police say Riverside Complex has been cleared of hazardous materials following the terror attack that claimed the lives of 21 people. Car owners who abandoned their vehicles during the attack have also been allowed to collect them.
Hotel Opens A Week After Deadly Attack
VOA, 22 January 2019
Kenyan authorities have reopened the DusitD2 hotel and office complex to the people who were working there when it came under attack last week. Read more »
A groundsman sweeps the entrance to DusitD2 Hotel.
Relief as Police Allow Tenants, Car Owners Access to Dusit Complex
Nairobi News, 22 January 2019
Tenants at 14 Riverside office complex can now access their premises after police on Tuesday granted access to the scene of last week's terror attack. Read more »
A Kenyan-born photojournalist's photographs of the Riverside Complex terror attack that left 21 people dead have found their way to the auctioneer's hammer. This comes a few days ... Read more »
President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that the terrorist attack at the Dusit office park that left 14 civilians dead has ended. 700 people were rescued from the complex. Read more »
21 people lost their lives at the Riverside Complex where the 25-year-old bomber, who was reportedly born in Mombasa, blew himself up. Police have been confirmed that he was ... Read more »
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