Kenya standoff: Video reports

A number of suspected Somali al-Shabab militants stormed the Westgate shopping centre in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, on Saturday throwing grenades and firing automatic weapons.

Some witnesses said the militants told Muslims to leave and said non-Muslims would be targeted.

The attackers are still holding a number of hostages, and it is thought many civilians are hiding inside the building, too. Here is some of the best footage from the scene.

How events unfolded

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Media captionThe BBC's Anne Soy describes how loud explosions sent shoppers running

'I heard gunfire and screaming'

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Media captionEyewitness Arjen Westra describes how he escaped when the attack began

BBC reporter ordered to take cover

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Media captionThe BBC's Anne Soy is ordered to lie down as military vehicles move in

Footage emerges from inside Westgate

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Media captionVideo from inside the mall gives an indication of the chaos

Eyewitness says he saw gunman escape

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Media captionOne man says he watched as one attacker changed his clothes to escape

President Kenyatta makes TV address

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Media caption"We have overcome terrorist attacks before...we will defeat them again"

Survivor emerges on Sunday morning

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Media captionSurvivor: "Bullets were running over my head...I crawled into my office."

Interior minister tells of security operation

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Media captionInterior Minister Joseph Ole Lenku describes a "very very delicate" situation

Heavy military presence in surrounding area

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Media captionThe BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse outside the centre, says bursts of gunfire can be heard

Kenya's Interior Cabinet Secretary: We are in control

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Media captionKenya's Interior Cabinet Secretary, Joseph Ole Lenku: "I want assure Kenyans that our forces are in full control of the situation"