Jamila Yakobo who was slashed by a machete while she was trying to flee with her father from an attack on her village of Kilelengwani
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Deadly clashes in Kenyan Tana Delta region

Deadly clashes in Kenya have raised fears the next election in March could again be violent as politicians exploit tribal rivalries.

One minister has been sacked from the cabinet accused of inciting conflict in the Tana Delta region.

More than a hundred people have been killed there in the past month in violent clashes between two rival communities.

Gabriel Gatehouse reports.

  • 17 Sep 2012
  • From the section Africa
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