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Vol 49 No 4

Published 15th February 2008


Message from the wazungu

Outsiders have been belatedly increasing pressure on Kenya's feuding politicians as former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan moved the negotiating teams to the secluded Kilaguni Safari Lodge in the Tsavo West National Park. The cacophony of mixed messages from Western governments - with officials within the same government contradicting each other - is changing into a more coherent position: anyone who sabotages the talks mediated by Annan will face visa bans, asset freezes and perhaps criminal investigation.

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