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Kenya braces for three days of protests after new tax hikes


Kenya braced Wednesday for a new round of protests despite the government warning it would not tolerate further unrest after earlier demonstrations turned violent with more than a dozen people killed. The opposition has vowed three straight days of protests against President William Ruto's government following controversial tax hikes.

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