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Fight the power: The view from above shows how riot police fortified the gates to

Rush: The children had returned to school for the first day back since Christmas and

Under attack: A tear gas canister spews noxious, burning fumes in the midst of

Excitement: Children rush past riot police as they seize control of the playground which had

education / Kenya - 01/19/2015

School children push the fence to enter the school playground during a protest against alleged land grabbing at Langata Road Primary School in Nairobi, ...

Kenya police tear-gas primary school children in playground protest - Telegraph

Future freedom fighters: With the help of activists they snatched back control of the site

Schoolchildren tear-gassed protesting playground removal in Nairobi. Kenyan schoolchildren challenge riot police

Dislikes authority: The pupils and activists pulled down a wall thrown up around their playground

Kenyan school pupils and activists push down the wall leading to their playground, during a

Police Fire Tear Gas On Kenyan Kids Protecting A Soccer Field

Smash it down: The impassioned young pupils beat the metal fence blocking access to their

Dozens of children were caught in choking clouds of tear gas before being forced to shelter

A supporter of Kenya's opposition bleeds from a head injury while engaging

Another brick in the wall: Students and activists push down the wall that was put

Kenya | One dead as police, protesters clash during election

Pupils from the Lang'ata Road Primary School in Nairobi protest against the seizure of

Schoolchildren tear-gassed

Save the children: A man picks up a tear gas canister in an effort to


Opposition supporters flee from tear gas grenades fired by riot police during a protest in downtown

A police officer fires tear gas towards the crowd

Kenya's second presidential election in three months plunged into chaos as supporters of opposition leader Raila


Police lob teargas at protesters in Nairobi's Olympic Primary School polling station. (Photo: Jenipher Wachie/Standard)

Kenyan police on Thursday fired tear gas at stone-throwing protesters in some opposition areas after the start of Kenya's second presidential election since ...

Schoolchildren tear-gassed

Anti-riot police fire tear gas to disperse supporters of Kenyan opposition National Super Alliance

Supporters of the National Super Alliance (NASA) opposition leader Raila Odinga gather at Uhuru

Langata Primary School- Photo Courtesy Gazette Net

WORLD · Kenya children tear-gassed ...

An Opposition supporter returns a teargas canister fired by police during clashes in Kibera slum in

Tear gas fired as Kenya goes to the polls in presidential election re-run

Kenya West© on Twitter: "STOP stealing pics n watermarking as your own "@ItsMainaKageni: Police teargas at Primary School [email protected] ...

Something of a revolution is taking place in Kenya, thanks to kids from Langata Primary School in Nairobi.

Residents throw stones towards Kenyan police officials as they clash at Katwekera village within Kibera slum

Residents of Kibera in Nairobi run for safety after police fired teargas to disperse NASA supporters

A supporter of the opposition coalition holds up a bullet casing allegedly fired by police as

Opposition supporters scamper for safety after police fired teargas as they tried to force their way into Kasarani stadium

Lucy Njeri, a pupil at Lang'ata Road Primary School when she was rescued

Riot policemen arrive to disperse protesters in Kisumu, Kenya after Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga

Nairobi, Kenya. 26th Oct, 2017. Tear gas grenades in a small alley

Education cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i talks to a pupil of Githurai Primary school during

Kenya police and protesters clash after opposition leader's fraud claims | World news | The Guardian

Pre-election rally for CORD, the party of Raila Odinga, Nairobi, Kenya


Youth attempt to throw a teargas canister back at the police

Police kill 11 in Kenya as post-election riots flare — Daily Times Nigeria

A wellwisher takes a selfie with Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta, center-left, after

Schoolchildren tear-gassed

Riot police fire tear gas toward demonstrators as they flee during a protest in downtown Nairobi

NAIROBI, Kenya (AxadleTM) — Kenyan police on Thursday fired tear gas at stone-throwing protesters in some opposition areas during the second presidential ...

Police: No bullets were used, only tear gas and water cannons [Photo Courtesy]

An opposition supporter walks in front of a cloud of tear gas during clashes with police

It is hard to figure out the use of teargas against protesting pupils. It is also heart breaking that land grabbing has become a national disaster in this ...

Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta casts his ...

... himself with water to dissipate the effects from incoming tear gas canisters during stone throwing confrontations with police forces in Kibera, Nairobi.

... April 27, 2018, non-Muslim teachers who had to leave their posts camp out in the headquarters of the Kenya National Union of Teachers in Nairobi, Kenya.

Protesters scramble to take cover from incoming tear gas canisters during stone throwing confrontations with police forces in Kibera, Nairobi.

Kenyan anti-riot police fire tear gas in Kisumu, Kenya, August 9,

Supporters of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta engage in rock-throwing clashes with police during his

Irungu Houghton being arrested during the dramatic protests that saw Langata Road Primary School children teargas

Opposition supporters demonstrate in Nairobi, Kenya. (Khalil Senosi, AP)

Regrann from @blinkdotla - KIBERA NAIROBI KENYA. Friday morning pupils from Joysprings Educational Centre

Opposition supporters burn tires during protests in Kisumu on Thursday.

Kenya's presidential poll re-run as it happened

Kenyans queue to vote just after dawn on Thursday.

Police aim their weapons as they patrol during clashes in Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya, Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017. Kenyan police on Thursday fired tear gas ...

Image: Kenyan Elections

An elderly Kenyan woman takes a rest after casting her vote, while a Kenyan policeman provides secrurity, just after dawn in President Uhuru Kenyatta's ...

Nasa supporters gesture towards Kenyan riot police as they wait for the re-elections results on October 30, 2017 at Kawangware in Nairobi.


162 best Storitellah Images images on Pinterest | Instagram, 2nd grades and Primary school

Protestors carry an injured man after he was shot by police in the western city of

Nairobi, Kenya. 8th Aug, 2017. Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry

An opposition supporter returns a teargas canister fired by police during clashes in Kibera slum in

Residents react as tear gas fills a street in Kibera in Nairobi

Nairobi, KenyaKenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga, the presidential candidate of the National Super Alliance

Police lobbed tear gas canisters and used water cannons to break up the sit just as

Children flee tear gas after police tried to disperse the crowd of demonstrators Monday at Langata Road Primary School in Nairobi.

People queue outside a polling station at Moi Avenue Primary School in Nairobi to cast their

Garissa Governor Nathif Jama and Energy CS Charles Keter in Dadaab yesterday/ STEPHEN ASTARIKO

Kenyans Resume Normal Activities After Election

Police patrol the streets of Kibera in Nairobi on August 12, 2017 where they were

Courtesy of Boniface Mwangi


Interior CS Fred Matiangi at Wajir baraza park during a public baraza on Tuesday.Photo

In several instances during the protests, teargas has been lobbied into the school and there has also been claims of looting and destruction of property.

President Uhuru Kenyatta casts his vote during a presidential election rerun in Gatundu, October 26

Class three Pupils at Nachuru primary school in Tiaty sub-county in Baringo County seated

Courtesy of Boniface Mwangi