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Nation marks the end of British rule, but many Kenyans want to focus on the country's current issues and struggles.
We ask if modern Britain should be accountable for thousands of Kenyans who were abused during colonial rule.
Decades after brutal British Empire-era abuse, the Mau Mau victims will now be compensated for their suffering.
Foreign secretary says Mau Mau fighters who suffered abuse for resisting colonial rule will receive $30.8m.
We follow the journey of Kenyans seeking justice for Britain's role in the torture during the 1950s Mau Mau uprising.
Decades-old struggle for justice over crackdown on Kenyan rebellion goes to court, opening retribution's door.
Court rules that three former members of the Mau Mau movement will be allowed to sue the British government.
Scores were forced into detention camps and tortured by the British army in the 1950s.

Twenty suspects of the banned Mungiki sect were arrested while Kenyan police fired live rounds into the air as they tried to break up a meeting of the Mau Mau movement.

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