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Kenyan Expats 'Heartbroken' by Violence, Strife

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Kenyan Expats 'Heartbroken' by Violence, Strife

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Kenyan Expats 'Heartbroken' by Violence, Strife

Kenyan Expats 'Heartbroken' by Violence, Strife

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Kenyan-born Wanjiru Kamau has deep roots in her country's political system. She gives her view of why parts of Kenya are rocked by violence and what can be done about it.

Kamau is founder and executive director of The African Immigrants and Refugees Foundation.

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