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July 29, 1995 | From Times Wire Services
Britain said that it is freezing bilateral aid to its former colony Kenya until it sees satisfactory progress on political and economic reform and human rights. Lynda Chalker, Britain's minister of state for overseas development, said before talks with President Daniel Arap Moi in Nairobi that she will make no new aid announcements until she is satisfied about progress on reforms and human rights. Chalker also cited concern about the treatment of opposition parties and the media.
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July 29, 1995 | From Times Wire Services
Britain said that it is freezing bilateral aid to its former colony Kenya until it sees satisfactory progress on political and economic reform and human rights. Lynda Chalker, Britain's minister of state for overseas development, said before talks with President Daniel Arap Moi in Nairobi that she will make no new aid announcements until she is satisfied about progress on reforms and human rights. Chalker also cited concern about the treatment of opposition parties and the media.
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March 17, 1987 | United Press International
Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher signed an aid and trade agreement worth $75 million Monday with Kenyan President Daniel Arap Moi but did not discuss reports of human rights violations by his government, officials said. Moi arrived in London on Sunday after a visit to the United States that was described by the Times of London as a "diplomatic disaster" following pressure over allegations of human rights abuses in Kenya by the London-based monitoring group Amnesty International.
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March 17, 1987 | United Press International
Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher signed an aid and trade agreement worth $75 million Monday with Kenyan President Daniel Arap Moi but did not discuss reports of human rights violations by his government, officials said. Moi arrived in London on Sunday after a visit to the United States that was described by the Times of London as a "diplomatic disaster" following pressure over allegations of human rights abuses in Kenya by the London-based monitoring group Amnesty International.
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