‘Election Time Is Scary’: When a Presidential Vote Puts a Whole Country on Edge
Misinformation on TikTok and ethnic tensions are making for a tense election in Kenya, which often suffers violence around voting.
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Clashes Between Police and Protesters in Kenya Turn Deadly During 'Day of Rage' Demonstrations
Witnesses say police fired into the air to break up a crowd trying to march in the eastern city of Kisumu as protesters in the East African country push for members of the electoral commission to resign before the 2017 elections.
Three Reported Dead After Protesters in Kenya Clash With Police in Dispute Over Election
The deaths came as opposition protesters called for the replacement of the country's election commission, which they say is biased.
Kenya Is Heading for a Repeat of Deadly Electoral Violence
A recent video of police brutality during Kenyan protests over the country's Electoral Commission shocked the world — but experts say it's just a taste of what's to come if the issue isn't resolved.
'It's Total Chaos and Madness': Video of Police Brutally Beating Protester Shocks Kenya
A violent protest on Monday in Nairobi was the third such clash in the last three weeks, and a number of demonstrators were hospitalized with severe injuries.
Quick Hit: Clashes Erupt as Kenyans Demand Electoral Reforms
Kenyan police disperse, beat, and arrest protesters who marched outside the electoral commission headquarters in Nairobi.
In Photos: The Largest Burning of Ivory in History
VICE News witnessed the torching 105 tons of ivory worth an estimated $105 million over the weekend in a bid to highlight the impact of poaching.
Kenya Just Incinerated Millions of Dollars Worth of Elephant Tusk and Rhino Horn
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta presided over the world's largest ivory burn on Saturday, which destroyed an estimated $150 million worth of trophies otherwise destined for sale on the black market.
A Condemned Building Collapsed in Kenya, Leaving Dozens Missing and Feared Dead
President Uhuru Kenyatta visited the site of Friday night's disaster and ordered the arrest of the owners of the building, which had been condemned by the authorities.