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Mau Narok land row

By | March 29th 2011
15 people have been arraigned in court over charges of incitement, violence and arson.  They were arrested yesterday during demonstrations to protest against the government's move to resettle internally displaced persons in the controversial Kasuku farm in Mau Narok.
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