In this photos taken on Wedesday, June 19, 2013 in Endana, Kenya Kipise Lourolkeek, 53, at his home turns on his battery-powered TV. After being compensated for the injuries he recei

 

              In this photos taken on Wedesday, June 19, 2013 in Endana,  Kenya  Kipise Lourolkeek, 53, at his home  turns on his battery-powered TV. After being compensated for the injuries he recei
In this photos taken on Wedesday, June 19, 2013 in Endana, Kenya Kipise Lourolkeek, 53, at his home turns on his battery-powered TV. After being compensated for the injuries he received as a child from a blast from an explosive left behind by British soldiers troops who trained in Kenya. Kipise Lourolkeek, 53, Maasai elder who as a young herdsman in the 1970s was injured by an exploding object that he picked up in the plains. As some 5,200 Kenyans wait to get paid by Britain for colonial-era acts of torture, herdsmen from Kenya's Samburu and Maasai tribes like Lourolkeek, who once benefited from similar payments . (AP Photo/Tom Odulla)