Kenya anger at Britain's ban on khat 'drug'

A pick-up truck carrying miraa (khat) from Meru some 300 kilometres north of Nairobi. Photo/FILE

Angry Kenyan farmers growing the stimulant khat, a crop branded a drug and banned by Britain, demanded Monday that British army training bases and British-owned farms be shut down in retaliation for the ban. Read (Meru leaders, traders seek to reverse ban on miraa in UK)


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