The Kenyan government has deployed troops to a central region to fight illegal grazing.
Thousands of herdsmen have been driving their livestock onto ranches and protected wildlife reserves.
They say drought is leaving them with no choice.
Aid workers claim the Kenyan government is targeting them
Aid organisations in Kenya say they are being targeted by the government.
Some aid workers are being denied work permits.
In the past the Kenyan government has threatened to send thousands of foreign workers home for not having the right
International aid agencies are warning that six million Somalis need urgent help to avoid starvation.
Somalia is now facing the most severe drought in living memory; half the population is going hungry.
A mutiny in Ivory Coast over soldiers’ pay has shaken business confidence and spooked foreign investors.
The second revolt paralysed the country for four days but traders are more worried about the long-term effects.