Photos capture the brutality of Kenya’s police before the country’s presidential election next year. Opposition supporters, some carrying rocks, flee from exploding tear gas grenades fired by riot police. Photography by Ben Curtis. Imagine standing next by to these people, trying to get a shot.
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Photos capture the brutality of Kenya’s police before the country’s presidential election next year
Holy Trinity Sittingbourne Family Fun Day 'I enjoyed the selection of songs that were performed and thought that the different groups of people who performed works well together' Ben Curtis - Worship Leader
Credit: Ben Curtis/AP Some of the best photojournalism this week came from Rwanda as the 20-year anniversary of the genocide was commemorated. Here, in Kigali, children are photographed by Ben Curtis at the Saint-Famille Catholic church, the site of many killings in 1994
Rwandan children listen and pray during a Sunday morning service at the Saint-Famille Catholic church, the scene of many killings during the 1994 genocide, in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Sunday, April 6, 2014. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) Photography
A supporter of Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party wears a head-dress made of oranges, the party's color, as she attends a rally to welcome Odinga back to the country. Credit: AP: Ben Curtis