Here are details about some of the victims. Ross Langdon, an architect who worked in Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania, creating eco-lodges and socially sustainable tourism in ecologically sensitive locations. Langdon's partner, Elif Yavuz, 33, was expecting their first child in early October. A 2013 graduate of Harvard University's Department of Global Health and Population.
Juan Ortiz-Iruri was a retired tropical-disease specialist for UNICEF who had lived 25 years in Africa, according to UNICEF and Peruvian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alejandro Neyra. His son Ricardo Ortiz told Radio RPP that he entered the mall accompanied by his daughter, a 13-year-old born in the United States (US) "The version from my sister is that sadly my father fell to the floor and showed no signs of life," Ortiz said. He said his sister suffered a hand injury, but is out of danger.
Kofi Awoonor, a Ghanaian poet, professor and former ambassador to Brazil, Cuba and the United Nations, died after being wounded in the attack, Ghana's presidential office confirmed. Ghana's ministry of information said Awoonor's son was injured and is responding to treatment.
Popular TV personality
Ruhila Adatia-Sood, whose husband was a foreign worker for the US Agency for International Development in Nairobi was killed, the organisation said in a press statement. She was a popular radio and TV personality in Kenya and tributes poured in for her on Twitter and Facebook.
President Uhuru Kenyatta's nephew and nephew's fiancée are among the dead.
Two Indians, eight year-old Parmashu Jain and 40-year-old Sridhar Natarajan, were killed, and four others were wounded in the attack, an external affairs ministry spokesman said.
Two Canadians, including a diplomat, died in the attack, according to Prime Minister Stephen Harper. He paid tribute to the victims and noted the loss of diplomat Annemarie Desloges, who served in Canada's High Commission to Kenya as a liaison officer with the Canada Border Services Agency. Her spouse Robert Munk was wounded in the attack, but has since been released from the hospital, the Canadian Press reported.
The Swiss government confirmed that one of its citizens was injured in the attack.
At least four United Kingdom nationals were killed in the attack, according to the Foreign Office, which warned the number of such fatalities is "likely to rise as further information becomes available".
Two French women were killed, President Francois Hollande said.
One South African citizen was killed, according to the country's International Relations Department. A 38-year-old Chinese woman with the surname Zhou, who worked in the real-estate industry, was killed in the attack, China's official Xinhua News Agency reported. Her son was injured in the attack and was in stable condition in a hospital, according to the Chinese Embassy in Kenya.
Five American citizens were injured, US officials said. Andrew McLaren, 34, a New Zealander who managed a factory in Kenya for the avocado oil company Olivado, was wounded in the attack, the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed. He was hospitalised in stable condition.