Communities brutally evicted by the British to make way for tea plantations seek compensation for ‘colonial crimes’.
Malcolm Webb, a Senior Correspondent based in Nairobi, Kenya, has reported from around Africa since 2007. He has covered conflicts in Mali, DR Congo, ... and Libya, elections all around the continent, and exposed multiple human rights abuses. He is Vice Chair of the International Press Association of East Africa, a founder of the Foreign Correspondents Association of Uganda and of the Uganda Press Photo Award.
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