Kenyan protesters take to the street as police fire tear gas
12 July 2023 | 3:13 pm
Protesters in Kenya demonstrated in several cities, including the capital Nairobi, were met with heavy police presence. The protests come as food prices continue to rise, causing pressure on households.
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