The deadly siege at a shopping center in Kenya continues Tuesday.
Islamic militants say their fighters are still holding their ground. Meanwhile Kenyan authorities say they're in control of the situation.
At least three Kenyan soldiers died on the fourth day of the siege. More than 60 people have been killed so far.
There is confusion over who is still holding hostages. Al Shabaab militants are claiming responsibility. They're calling it revenge for Kenyan attacks on their group in neighboring Somalia.
Kenya's foreign minister says some of the attackers are Americans. U.S. officials have not confirmed the claims.