Despite tales of suffering and abuse, desperate Kenyans continue to flock to the Gulf in search of greener pastures.
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Abiy recently visited four African countries and Turkey as UN's António Guterres warns of a “humanitarian catastrophe” in Tigray.
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Over 1,000 Nigerian soldiers sacked his self-declared Kalukuta Republic in Lagos in February 1977.
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President Yoweri Museveni criticizes investigative tactics of security officials who killed four and tortured seven suspects.
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Witchcraft allegations are often leveled at the elderly on Kenya's coast, a guise used by family members to dispossess them.
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