Still waiting for compensation

Kamau, John
November 2001
New African;Nov2001, Issue 401, p13
Focuses on the terrorist attack on the United States embassy in Nairobi, Kenya. Statistics showing the number of victims; Statement of the survivor Diana Mutisya; Assistance of the American government to the Kenyans.


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