Kenya Tells Aid Groups to Keep Off Kasarani


Police have declared Kasarani Stadium, where thousands are being held following a terror crackdown, a no-go zone for humanitarian organisations.

Thousands held in the ongoing terror crackdown at the Kasarani stadium in Nairobi, Kenya (file photo).

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