What Does Kenya's Wave of Anti-Christian Violence Mean?

July 14, 2014

Attacks on Kenya's coastal region over the early summer left nearly 100 people dead amid concerns over a rash of religious violence. Over the weekend, at least 22 people died in Saturday night attacks on the villages of Hindi and Gamba in eastern Kenya, reports The Wall Street Journal.


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