In Kenya, clashes between rival tribal groups in the Tana River area continued this week, as tensions over access to land and water triggered revenge attacks between the seminomadic Orma pastoralist community and the Pokomo farming community.*
On Monday and Tuesday, more houses were set on fire, forcing many to flee and driving the death toll higher. ...
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