Kenya Unrest Rooted in Tribal Tensions, Corruption

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Central to the growing unrest in Kenya is the long-standing tangle of tribal affiliation, poverty and political corruption. For a closer look at the forces propelling the recent tide of violence, Makau Mutua, dean of the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School and chair of the Kenya Human Rights Commission, talks with Melissa Block.



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