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Kenya inquest says police killed baby in poll protest

Kenya inquest says police killed baby in poll protest

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NAIROBI, Kenya – An inquest in Kenya says five police officers are liable for the death of a six-month-old baby who was hit by baton-wielding police during skirmishes following the disputed 2017 presidential election.Magistrate Beryl Omollo recommended Thursday that the director of public prosecutions treat 46 other police officers as persons of interest.She said the five should be held responsible for the baby's death based on the principle of command responsibility in the National Police Service as they were in charge of the operation on the night of August 11, 2017.At least 92 people died in clashes with police during protests over President Uhuru Kenyatta's win in the August 2017 election and repeat election in October after the Supreme Court nullified the first poll citing i
Top UK left-wing politician calls Winston Churchill a ‘villain,’ sparks firestorm

Top UK left-wing politician calls Winston Churchill a ‘villain,’ sparks firestorm

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closeVideoUnseen WWII photos of Winston Churchill have surfacedA senior British left-wing politician has sparked a political backlash after describing former Prime Minister Winston Churchill as a “villain” -- a comment he later clarified after coming under heavy criticism.John McDonnell, a far-left Labour Party MP and Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, was asked in a Q&A on Wednesday whether Churchill was a hero or a villain.THERESA MAY'S ALLIES KEEP HER IN POWER BY WARNING OF HARD-LEFT TAKEOVER IF SHE FALLS“Tonypandy -- villain,” McDonnell responded, apparently in reference to Churchill’s response as Home Secretary to a miner’s strike in Wales in 1910 -- in which he sent soldiers to end the strike. John McDonnell, a far-left Labour Party MP and Shadow Chancellor of the Excheq