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The stench of animal carcasses sweeps across the dry semi-arid plains. A whirlwind, which according to Turkana beliefs symbolises a continued dry spell, cuts across the valley of death, a sign that better days are nowhere near.
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Locals call for policy on revenue sharing before the commodity can be transported to Mombasa.
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