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Eight people have died and scores more have been wounded in a crackdown in Kenya on illegally brewed alcohol, reports and officials said Saturday.Quoting figures from the state-funded alcohol and drug abuse authority, The Nation newspaper said that in some areas illicit brews accounted for more than three quarters of all alcohol consumed, with 62 percent of road accidents linked to drink driving.Kenya has strict laws banning the public consumption of alcohol during much of the day and the sale of alcohol at certain times of day.
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