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Kenyan Police Fire Tear Gas on Anti-corruption Protesters

Police in Kenya's capital fired tear gas Thursday on protesters demanding that the president act on rampant corruption or resign. Police dispersed the 200 or so protesters to avoid a potential clash with a separate group that supports President Uhuru Kenyatta, central Nairobi's police chief Paul Wanjama said. Wanjama could not explain why the pro-Kenyatta group was not tear-gassed. He said there were no arrests.   Police also fired tear gas at media covering the...

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