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Death and Starvation Strike Kenya

Following the bloodshed that errupted in Kenya over one year ago, troubles have began brewing again.

One major issue affecting residents of Kenya is the massive number of starving families. According to The New York Times, over 10 million Kenyans currently suffer from hunger issues.

The discovery of police death squads also have many United Nations officials on edge.

United Nations investigation revealed that more than 500 people had been killed by police death squads.

"There’s a lot of anger,” said Maina Kiai, the former director of Kenya’s national human rights commission in an interview with The New York TImes. “If we don’t start resolving these issues soon, things could be worse than before. There could be complete collapse.”

The Kenyan Government has rejected the findings of United Nations investigations.

“The government finds it inconceivable that someone who has been in the country for less than 10 days can purport to have conducted comprehensive and accurate research on such a serious matter, as to arrive at the recommendations he made,” government spokesman Alfred Mutua said on Bloomberg.com.