OP-ED : Kenya : Lamu’s centuries-old way of life in danger of being bulldozed in the name of development

 Lamu, close to Kenya’s border with Somalia, is a largely unspoilt tropical island paradise, a Unesco World Heritage Site and Kenya’s oldest continuously-inhabited town, established in the early (...)

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 15/05/2019

 Lamu, close to Kenya’s border with Somalia, is a largely unspoilt tropical island paradise, a Unesco World Heritage Site and Kenya’s oldest continuously-inhabited town, established in the early (...)

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