Violence flares in northern Kenya as pressure mounts on villagers

Kenya's Chief Eipa Choro stands with his rifle during first seasonal rain in Ilemi Triangle, Kenya March 26, 2019. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

MAISA, Kenya (Reuters) – Kenya’s Chief Eipa Choro, 74, remembers when battles were fought with knives and spears. But now newcomers with far more firepower are taking lives in his region at the remote northern edge of the Rift Valley. Instability in neighbouring Ethiopia and South Sudan are spilling over the border into the disputed […]

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