Kenyan police tear gas stops opposition rally
Monday 08 September 1997
The rally in Kisumu, an opposition stronghold 190 miles (300km) north- west of the capital, Nairobi, was supposed to be the first in a series of demonstrations announced earlier this week. Reformists want President Daniel arap Moi, 74, in office for 19 years, to repeal colonial-era laws and enact constitutional reforms, without which, they argue, free and fair elections are impossible. AP - Kisumu, Kenya
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