Thousands of Kenyans evicted from East Africa's largest forest

The government says it is being done to protect the Mau Forest, but most of those evicted say they have been cheated by the state.

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    About 60,000 families from Kenya's Mau Forest are being evicted.

    The government says it is being done to protect East Africa's largest forest.

    But most of those evicted say they have been cheated by the state.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from the Mau Forest.


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