How the search for oil is inflaming tensions in Kenya

Communities at the centre of oil exploration caught between a desire for development and the reality of damaged land.

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    The Kerio Valley is home to the Kalenjin ethnic group. The Kerio River, which splits the valley in two, is vital for raising livestock [Lisa Laventure/Al Jazeera]
    The Kerio Valley is home to the Kalenjin ethnic group. The Kerio River, which splits the valley in two, is vital for raising livestock [Lisa Laventure/Al Jazeera]

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    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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