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Suspects in murder of prominent Kenyan LGBTQ activist appear in court

By Reuters
10 January 2023   |   12:56 pm
Five men appeared in court on Monday in connection to the murder of prominent Kenyan LGBTQ activist and designer, Edwin Chiloba.

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