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Nairobi's US embassy attack victims ten years on

Ten years ago, car bombs exploded within minutes of each outside US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, killing 224 people and wounding thousands.

It was the first time the world had heard of the alleged culprits, al-Qaeda, and Osama bin Laden, the network's leader.

Days ago, the man most wanted for the bombings eluded capture in Kenya, but his relatives were arrested for harbouring him.

The attacks dramatically changed the lives of the survivors.

Mohammed Adow has been to meet some of them in Nairobi.

The following story contains scenes some viewers might find distressing.

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