Mau Mau

 
Britain to compensate for colonial-era torture
Britain to compensate for colonial-era torture
The country expressed regret on Thursday about the abuse of Kenyans by colonial forces during the Mau Mau insurgency in the 1950s and announced a...
Thousands of Kenyans to sue Britain over Mau Mau treatment
Thousands of Kenyans to sue Britain over Mau Mau treatment
"The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) has received lists of ex-Mau Mau fighters seeking compensation running into billions of shillings from the...
Britain in talks with Kenya's Mau Mau victims over settlement
Britain in talks with Kenya's Mau Mau victims over settlement
The British government is negotiating payments to thousands of Kenyans who were detained and severely mistreated during the 1950s Mau Mau insurgency in what would be the first compensation settlement resulting from official crimes committed under imperial rule....
Muthoni, the dread of the empire
Muthoni, the dread of the empire
In her small home in the verdant hills that surround Nyeri, in central Kenya, wa Kirima seems like just another grandmother.
Atrocities of colonial past haunt Britain again
Atrocities of colonial past haunt Britain again
Thousands of documents detailing some of the most shameful acts and crimes committed during the final years of the British Empire were systematically destroyed to prevent them falling into the hands of post-independence governments....
Kenyans tortured in colonial times can sue British government
Kenyans tortured in colonial times can sue British government
Four Kenyans who claimed they were tortured at the hands of British colonial officials during the Mau Mau insurgency in the 1950s have won the...
Papers detail brutal abuse
Papers detail brutal abuse
A cache of government documents that shows the extent of the brutality employed by British authorities in an attempt to suppress the Mau Mau...

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