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SAFRICA-KENYA-ATTACKS-BRITAIN

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This picture taken on September 26, 2013 shows a house which, according to witnesses, a British woman thought to be linked to the Nairobi mall attacks rented for 3 months and assumed South African identity to take out bank loans and rent property in Bromhof, Randburg, Johannesburg. Samantha Lewthwaite -- wanted by Kenyan police for alleged involvement in a separate terror plot -- used the known alias Natalie Faye Webb to rent at least three properties and run up debts of $8,600 (6,400 euros), according to the eNews Channel Africa (eNCA). The 29-year-old Muslim convert -- nicknamed the 'White Widow' because her husband was among the 2005 London suicide bombers -- signed rental leases around Johannesburg, but it was unclear whether she lived at any of the premises. AFP PHOTO / STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN (Photo credit should read STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP/Getty Images)
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This picture taken on September 26, 2013 shows a house which, according to witnesses, a British woman thought to be linked to the Nairobi mall attacks rented for 3 months and assumed South African identity to take out bank loans and rent property in Bromhof, Randburg, Johannesburg. Samantha Lewthwaite -- wanted by Kenyan police for alleged involvement in a separate terror plot -- used the known alias Natalie Faye Webb to rent at least three properties and run up debts of $8,600 (6,400 euros), according to the eNews Channel Africa (eNCA). The 29-year-old Muslim convert -- nicknamed the 'White Widow' because her husband was among the 2005 London suicide bombers -- signed rental leases around Johannesburg, but it was unclear whether she lived at any of the premises. AFP PHOTO / STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN (Photo credit should read STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP/Getty Images)
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This picture taken on September 26 2013 shows a house which according... News Photo 181930376Adult,Bank,British,Conflict,Home Ownership,Horizontal,House,Identity,Johannesburg,Killing,Loan,Mass Murder,Month,Nairobi,Nairobi Mall Shooting,Picture,Randburg,Reflective,Rent,Show,South Africa,South African,Terrorism,The Mall,Violence,Witness,WomenPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPThis picture taken on September 26, 2013 shows a house which, according to witnesses, a British woman thought to be linked to the Nairobi mall attacks rented for 3 months and assumed South African identity to take out bank loans and rent property in Bromhof, Randburg, Johannesburg. Samantha Lewthwaite -- wanted by Kenyan police for alleged involvement in a separate terror plot -- used the known alias Natalie Faye Webb to rent at least three properties and run up debts of $8,600 (6,400 euros), according to the eNews Channel Africa (eNCA). The 29-year-old Muslim convert -- nicknamed the 'White Widow' because her husband was among the 2005 London suicide bombers -- signed rental leases around Johannesburg, but it was unclear whether she lived at any of the premises. AFP PHOTO / STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN (Photo credit should read STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP/Getty Images)