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Protestors call on Kenyan President to quit

Protestors call on Kenyan President to quit

Kenya experienced widespread unrest, with riot police clashing with protesters in Nairobi and other cities across the country. This marks the most extensive demonstrations since deadly protests a week ago that resulted in at least two dozen fatalities. According to Reuters, the protests began peacefully but turned violent as the day progressed. In Nairobi's business district, police fired tear gas and charged at stone-throwing demonstrators. The news agency describes scenes of burning kiosks, injured protesters, and police arrests. Reuters reports that the unrest has spread beyond the capital, with hundreds marching in Mombasa, Kenya's second-largest city. The news agency notes…
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Kenya’s Ruto to deal with those involved in criminal activity during protests

Kenya’s Ruto to deal with those involved in criminal activity during protests

KENYA'S President William Ruto warned he would deal with all those involved in criminal activity during protests, he said during a visit to Germany. Police fired teargas and water cannons at stone-throwing supporters of opposition leader Raila Odinga on Monday during a second week of protests against the government and high food prices, with one person shot dead in the western city of Kisumu. In separate incidents on Monday, unidentified people vandalised a property belonging to Odinga's family and another owned by former president Uhuru Kenyatta, who supported Odinga in last year's election, Kenyan media reported. "My position as president is that…
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