Kenyan police said they were bringing two rival communities together for a peace meeting Thursday, after at least 52 mainly women and children were hacked or burnt to death in the worst ethnic massacre for several years.
Map locating the Reketa area of Tarassa where at least 52 people were hacked or burnt to death. Kenyan police say they are bringing two rival communities together for a peace meeting following what was the worst ethnic massacre for several years.
"We want to bring together these warring communities," said regional deputy police chief Joseph Kitur, after the attack late Tuesday between the Pokomo and Orma peoples in the rural Tana River district.
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