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U.S. victims in Friday's bombing in Nairobi, Kenya
- Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Sherry Lynn Olds, 40, of Panama City, Florida.
- Marine Sgt. Jesse N. Aliganga, 21, of Tallahassee, Florida.
- Army Sgt. Kenneth R. Hobson II, 27, of Nevada, Missouri.
- Jay Bartley, son of Consul General Julian Bartley.
- Molly Huckaby Hardy, 51, of Valdosta, Georgia, a State Department employee.
- Prabhi Kavaler, general services office.
- Arlene Kirk, 50, of South Bend, Indiana, an Air Force employee.
- Tom Shah, political section.
- Jean Dalizu, defense attache's office.
- Michelle O'Connor, General Services Office.
- Louise Martin, 45, of Atlanta, an employee of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Kenya.
(There was no official list or names of Kenyan or other victims.)
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