Police clash with protesters over Kenya’s controversial tax bill


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Kenyan police clashed with protesters in Nairobi as crowds took to the streets over President William Ruto’s controversial tax bill. The president withdrew the legislation from parliament following the deadly protests, but demonstrators called for Ruto to go further and step down.



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