Since August 2018, police have reportedly killed at least 21 men and boys whom they alleged were criminals in Nairobi's Dandora and Mathare neighborhoods alone, according to Human Rights Watch.
Nairobi Police Executing Suspects
HRW, 3 July 2019
Police in Kenya have killed no fewer than 21 men and boys in Nairobi’s low-income areas, apparently with no justification, claiming they were criminals, Human Rights Watch… Read more »
Killings by Police in Nairobi
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Police on duty (file photo).
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