New Evidence of Abuse During Kenya's Repeat Elections
Human Rights Watch reearchers have examined pathology reports of 37 people allegedly killed by police and gangs between September and November 2017 during the repeat presidential elections, and have found that they were shot at close range with high calibre rifles.
Nation, 26 February 2018
Police and armed gangs killed at least 37 people in Nairobi between September and November 2017 during Kenya's repeat presidential election, Human Rights Watch has said. Read more »
Police confront National Super Alliance supporters with teargas and water canons on Jogoo Road on November 17, 2017.
Human Rights Watch has released a damning report that accuses the police of committing sexual abuses in the just concluded election period, with sexual violence survivors being ... Read more »