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From Nairobi, a rare, clear glimpse of Mount Kenya drives disbelief on social media
by Eyder Peralta
NPR (National Public Radio) Translate This Article
15 April 2020
On 15 April 2020 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
The picture is stunning. It shows One Africa Place, a bullet-shaped glass high-rise in Nairobi, framed by the jagged, snowcapped peaks of Mount Kenya. All of the COVID-19 social distancing measures have reduced pollution so much that suddenly, the second-highest mountain in Africa, with an altitude of 17,057 feet, is visible from Kenya's capital city, about 85 miles away.
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Many Kenyans, seeing the photo on social media, immediately cried foul ... The picture of Mount Kenya, however, is real.
Nairobi is a city notorious for its traffic. A few miles can sometimes take hours to travel. ...
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