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Ranch owners become prisoners in their homes

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Ranchers in Laikipia County have become prisoners in their own homes, not daring to venture out in their vast farmlands as illegal herders armed with AK-47 rifles, spears, and poisoned arrows take over their land.

Ranch owners become prisoners in their homes

By Kiprotich Chepkoit | 4 years ago

How insecurity fuels hunger and pain in our once bountiful region

How insecurity fuels hunger and pain in our once bountiful region

When the tunnel to the irrigation farm was blocked, she watched in disbelief as her green grams wilted until they finally dried up.

Fred Kibor and Michael Chepkwony | 4 years ago

Curfew imposed after 14 people killed in ethnic fighting in central Nigeria

The government has imposed a 24-hour curfew on parts of central Nigeria, a government spokesman said on Tuesday, after clashes killed at least 14 in the region.

Reuters | 4 years ago

Fighting at UN compound in South Sudan kills 18

Fighting at a United Nations compound sheltering people fleeing conflict in South Sudan has killed 18 people, including two Medicins Sans Frontieres workers, the international medical aid group said.

Reuters | 5 years ago

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