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“Why cattle raids are getting deadlier”

Cattle Raids Armed Conflict Kenya

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#1 Tom Kellie

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Posted 04 January 2017 - 09:41 PM

http://www.the-star....adlier_c1480512

 

~ This Al Jazeera article was published in the Star of Nairobi. It provides examples explaining why cattle raiding among central and northern Kenya pastoral groups has become more violent.

 

The proliferation of assault weapons in Kenya from such neighboring countries as Somalia and South Sudan has introduced them into cattle herding, with armed raiders exchanging fire with armed herders. 



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Posted 05 January 2017 - 07:41 AM

this is unfortunate  and long term 

 

however, in the areas it influences the northern  rangelands trusts has been able encourage neighbours to make peace


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