January 02 2015
After a legal challenge, the High Court in Kenya has suspended parts of a new national security law, reports Agence France-Presse.
Eight sections of the law were suspended due to human-rights concerns pending a full examination of the law, said a High Court judge on Friday.
The measures include those authorizing security agents to intercept communications and seize equipment that can be used to commit a crime, reported BBC.
Another section suspended permitted suspects to...
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