Salvage work in northern Kenya continues after a military jet carrying 14 people, including prominent politicians on their way to a peace conference, crashed into a hill on Monday.
Poor visibility due to heavy rain is being blamed for the crash and rescue efforts were hampered because the roads up to the remote crash site in the hills are very slippery.
Before a blaze broke out in the wrecked aircraft, four passengers were rescued and airlifted to the capital, Nairobi, where one of them later died.
Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki expressed "shock and disbelief" at the tragedy, in which two assistant ministers and three other MPs died.
The politicians were travelling to the region to mediate in a bloody feud between rival nomadic communities who have been competing for scarce water resources
Kenyans have begun observing three days of national mourning as work continues at the crash site to recover and identify the bodies.