Twenty-two people were killed in Kenya as anti-government protests turned chaotic on Tuesday, the chairwoman of the official human rights body, the Kenya National Human Rights Commission (KNHRC), told AFP on Wednesday.

“We followed these demonstrations” and “recorded 22 deaths,” declared Roseline Odede, affirming that her organization, public but independent of power, had “opened an investigation”. A previous report given by an association of doctors had reported at least 13 deaths.


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