Two rival communities in Kenya have agreed to pay a fine of 50 cows for every person killed in recent violence, as part of a ceasefire deal.
The Turkana and Samburu communities in northern Kenya have fought for decades over cattle, grazing rights and access to water.
About 15 people were killed in renewed clashes in May, local media reported.
The peace deal covers the same area where at least 42 police officers were killed in 2012 by cattle rustlers.
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