It is a Saturday and nearly noon in Bidor, Malaysia, a small rural town about 160 km north of the nations capital, Kuala Lumpur. The coffee shops are filling up with people, mostly rubber and oil palm farmers, many of whom roar into town in new Toyota and Ford pickup trucks
One of Kenya’s most famous white aristocrats will be sentenced Thursday, after a judge found him guilty of manslaughter for fatally shooting a poaching suspect on his family estate. The case highlights the fractious relationship the country has with its British colonial past, with many Kenyans accusing the government of favorable treatment. The defendant is white; the victim is black.