Kenya, South Sudan and Ethiopia have launched a controversial development project to build a port, oil refinery and rail network near the UN heritage-site island of Lamu. Political leaders from the three countries gathered in Kenya's mainland Lamu district on Friday to launch the $25bn project that is expected to become a vital transport and economic development corridor for the region.
The Development Nexus
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