Kenya attacks: Who are the victims?
The victims of the attack on the upscale Westgate Mall in Kenya's capital were from around the world. Here are details about some of those who were killed or wounded.
Architect Ross Langdon worked in Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania, creating eco-lodges and socially sustainable tourism in ecologically sensitive locations. He said at a conference last year that he thought trying to adapt to one's environment was a better way to express respect for the communities in which he was working. "I thought it might be better to be like a chameleon - able to adapt and change and blend with our environment rather than conquer it," he said.
British media reported he was a dual national, though the Foreign Office did not identify British victims by name.
British Defense Secretary Philip Hammond said six British deaths occurred and the number could rise.
They include Zahira Bawa and her 8-year-old daughter Jenah, from Leamington Spa in central England, a relative told Britain's Press Association news agency.
Annemarie Desloges, a border services liaison officer in Canada's High Commission to Kenya, "was one of our bright young lights, and hers was a career brimming with promise," said Tim Edwards, president of the Professional Association of Foreign Service Officers.