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GSU officers off to clash torn Tana River

Posted Thursday, September 13 2012 at 14:50 GMT+3
GSU officers off to clash torn Tana River

GSU officers off to clash torn Tana River

GSU officers headed for Tana River to boost security after clashes stop in Voi for refreshments. Others were sending money to their friends and relatives.

GSU officers off to clash torn Tana River

GSU officers off to clash torn Tana River

GSU officers headed for Tana River to boost security after clashes stop in Voi for refreshments. Others were sending money to their friends and relatives.

GSU officers off to clash torn Tana River

GSU officers off to clash torn Tana River

GSU officers headed for Tana River to boost security after clashes stop in Voi for refreshments. Others were sending money to their friends and relatives.

GSU officers off to clash torn Tana River

GSU officers off to clash torn Tana River

GSU officers headed for Tana River to boost security after clashes stop in Voi for refreshments. Others were sending money to their friends and relatives.

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