DW journalist attacked by Kenyan police at protest in Nairobi
03 May 2021 | 3:33 pm
Police fired tear gas canisters at DW's East Africa correspondent Mariel Müller while she was covering a protest in Nairobi. Amnesty International and the Foreign Press Association of Africa have condemned the attack.
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