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The British government admitted publicly for the first time today that Kenyans were tortured and sexually abused by colonial forces during the Mau Mau uprising. The starling admission came as a trio of elderly Kenyans stood up in court to describe
George Osborne is attempting to slash a £130bn deficit over 7 years...You can see why David Cameron got quite firm with Jesse Norman (pictured), the Lords r... I thought that I had blogged about this before, but I cannot find it, so I'll do it again.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has accused Britain of neglecting its human-rights duties over a case brought by Kenyans allegedly abused by British colonial officials in the 1950s, The Times reported Monday. The case of three elderly Kenyans who claim to
Three Kenyans who allege they were tortured by the British colonial authorities during the 1950s Mau Mau uprising, are to begin a damages case at the High Court in London later. It is the latest stage of a legal battle by veterans of the rebellion to
A Canadian antiquarian's world-class collection of historic swords including one "mystery blade" newly discovered to have belonged to an early prime minister of Britain is to be sold for more than $500,000 by a British auction house. British Columbia
The sea of humanity that gathered outside Raj Bhavan on Thursday to witness the swearing-in ceremony of Jagadish Shettar and his cabinet became such a headache for the policemen deployed for security that they had to wield the baton to disperse the
Rating A case in which Mau Mau veterans are seeking compensation from the British Government over alleged torture during the struggle for independence enters a crucial stage next week. The veterans are expected to give evidence from Monday in the UK.
Vehicles coming from CTO Junction have to take left or right diversion from Police Thimmaiah Circle to reach KR Circle or Cunningham Road to proceed towards Raj Bhavan. Similarly, vehicles coming from KR Circle should take a left turn to reach
Kenyan condemned over Mau Mau case Mau Mau suspects were rounded up in camps Human rights campaigners working for Mau Mau veterans have complained that the Kenyan government is refusing to finance a case against the UK. The former fighters Mau Mau
Sheela Bhatt in New Delhi As Pranab Mukherjee looks increasing likely to be the next incumbent of the Rashtrapati Bhavan, he seems relaxed and humbled. So how will he be as the next President? 'Only time will tell,' he says. Sheela Bhatt reports from