July 21, 2011
by Maureen Cosgrove
A UK court on Thursday ruled that four elderly Kenyans could sue Britain's government on claims related to torture that took place during a 1950s anti-colonial rebellion. The Kenyans, who are now over 70 years old, allege that they were beaten and sexually assaulted by British administration ...[read more]
June 23, 2009
by Devin Montgomery
A group of five Kenyans involved in the country's Mau Mau uprising during the 1950s sued the British government on Tuesday, alleging that they were abused in British prison camps. The five filed a claim in the High Court in London seeking a public apology and compensation for alleged beatings, s... ...[read more]

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