As the deadly mall siege in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi continues into a second day, Kenyans do one of the only things they can do while they wait.
They're donating blood to help the scores of injured victims in Saturday's attack, which left at least 59 people dead, including children.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) NAIROBI RESIDENT, ABSALOM OGAYA, SAYING:
"We have lost a lot of life and of course a lot of kids and many things which are negative to us so we come out as Kenyans to put ourselves together, help and donate blood to our fellow Kenyans."
The government believes 10-15 Somali Islamists are still holed up inside the Westgate shopping mall with an unknown number of hostages.
The militants oppose Kenya's military presence in neighboring Somalia.
Kenya's opposition leader and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga says the gunmen are still in control.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) KENYA'S OPPOSITION LEADER AND FORMER PRIME MINISTER, RAILA ODINGA, SAYING:
"We have been told the numbers cannot be ascertained but there are quite a number of people who are still held there hostage, particularly on the first floor and in the basement area where I understand that the terrorists are still in charge."
Kenya's interior minister says everything is being done to ensure the safe release of the hostages but that no communication has been established yet with the attackers.