Tristan McConnell is GlobalPost's senior correspondent for Africa and is based in Nairobi, Kenya.
He has lived and worked in Africa since 2004 and is also a correspondent for The Times of London and Monocle.
McConnell has written for magazines including the Columbia Journalism Review, London Review of Books, The Nation, New Statesman, New York, Prospect and the Virginia Quarterly Review. His reporting has won the Diageo journalism award and been recognised by the Kurt Schork Awards.
Kenya’s government has been widely criticized for 'non-cooperation' with prosecutors.
A march and sit-in dubbed Tumechoka, meaning 'We are tired' in Swahili, protests government inaction in the face of rising insecurity and terrorism.
Conflict & Justice
Emile Gafirita said he had evidence that Paul Kagame ordered the shooting down of the Rwandan presidential plane 20 years ago. And then he disappeared.
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