Moyale district in Kenya’s northern border with
Ethiopia has been the scene of tribal clashes
involving Borana and Gabra communities
SPECIAL REPORT BY XINHUA CORRESPONDENTS Christine
Lagat, Stephen Ingati and Njoroge Kaburo
MOYALE, Kenya, (Xinhua) – Inter-communal clashes in northern Kenya has left some 60 people dead and displaced thousands others in recent months in reprisal attacks linked to rivalry over pasture, cattle rustling and local politics, aid agencies and local authorities said.
The UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said the clashes between the Borana and Gabra around Moyale town, on the border with Ethiopia , have forced more than 20,000 people across the border into Ethiopia. Read More: http://www.coastweek.com/3506_33.htm