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Kenya’s military chief among 10 killed in helicopter crash

By Reuters
19 April 2024   |   3:44 am
Kenya's military chief Gen. Francis Ogolla, was among 10 people killed in a helicopter crash in the Cheptulel area of Kenya's Rift Valley region, on Thursday, Kenyan President William Ruto confirmed.

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