Bid to end Kenya's tribal blood feud

Counsellors try to find ways to help East African nation's Orma and Pokomo tribes following cycle of killings.
Last Modified: 09 Feb 2013 11:38

Counsellors in Kenya are trying to find ways to help two communities break a cycle of attacks.
Since last August, nearly 200 people have died in violence between the Orma and the Pokomo tribes. 

Al Jazeera's Peter Greste reports from Kenya's Tana Delta region.


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