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  2. David Lambkin - Wikipedia

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    He was voted "Author of the Year" by The Star (South Africa) newspaper in 1995 for his novel "The Hanging Tree" and in 2002 for "Night Jasmine Man". Both "The Hanging Tree" and "Night Jasmine Man" are set in Kenya. His fourth novel, "The Voyeur" is set on Zanzibar. Lambkin is also compiling a cookbook on Swahili cuisine and has written scripts ...

  3. Kikuyu people - Wikipedia

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    In 1946 KASU became the Kenya African Union (KAU). It was a nationalist organisation that demanded access to white-owned land. KAU acted as a constituency association for the first black member of Kenya's legislative council, Eliud Mathu, who had been nominated in 1944 by the governor after consulting with the local Bantu/Nilotic elite. The KAU ...

  4. Remembrance Day - Wikipedia

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    Remembrance Day (also known as Poppy Day owing to the tradition of wearing a remembrance poppy) is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth member states since the end of the First World War to honour armed forces members who have died in the line of duty.

  5. ME to WE - Wikipedia

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    Me to We (stylized as ME to WE) is a for-profit company selling lifestyle products, leadership training and travel experience.Me to We was founded in 2008 by brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger.

  6. News - Wikipedia

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    In other parts of the world, such as Kenya—especially rural areas without much electricity—televisions are rare. [170] The largest supplier of international video news is Reuters TV, with 409 subscribers in 83 countries, 38 bureaus, and a reported audience of 1.5 billion people each day.

  7. List of people from the Louisville metropolitan area - Wikipedia

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    George Dennison Prentice, newspaper editor and journalist for the Louisville Journal; Scott Ritcher, magazine publisher of K Composite Magazine, musician; Hunter S. Thompson, journalist and author, long-time contributing writer for Rolling Stone magazine; Henry Watterson, founder of The Courier-Journal; namesake of the Henry Watterson Expressway