Ethnic Clashes Rock Kenya Again, Leaving 38 Dead

The ethnic violence between pastoralist and farming communities in Tana River County has continued despite increased security. Most recently, 300 men surrounded a village in Kilelengwani and killed 38 people before setting homes ablaze.


Residents view bodies of the victims kept at a mosque in Kilelengwani of Tana Delta District.

  • Kenya:   Twelve Die in Ethnic Dispute

    RNW Africa, 7 September 2012

    A Kenyan gunman killed at least 12 people in a village along the Tana Delta, said Red Cross officials Friday. The attack was an act of revenge in a long-running ethnic dispute over… Read more »


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