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Kenyan Police Kill Two Demonstrators in “Day of Rage”

At least two protesters were shot dead in Kenya on Monday as anti-government rallies turned violent, with police opening fire to disperse demonstrators in the country's third biggest city, Kisumu.

Kenyan Police Kill Two Demonstrators in “Day of Rage”
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