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Kenya’s Ruto says he’ll ignore court ruling, send police to tackle Haiti gangs

By France24
03 February 2024   |   5:30 pm
Kenya's President William Ruto says he will deploy police officers to Haiti on a mission to help the country with its fight against gangs, this despite a Nairobi court blocking the deployment last week.

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