Water thrown on deputy speaker in Kenyan parliament
Kenyan lawmakers have traded blows and the deputy speaker had water thrown on her amid a chaotic parliamentary session called to push through a tough new security bill.
Opposition MPs shouted and ripped up copies of the bill, warning that Kenya was becoming a "police state".
Four lawmakers were assaulted and another two engaged in a fist-fight.
Parliamentary officials adjourned the debate twice, only for the chaos to continue when it resumed a third time.
The government says it needs more powers to fight militant Islamists threatening Kenya's security.
The al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab group has stepped up its military campaign in Kenya, killing 64 people in two attacks in the north-eastern Mandera region since last month.
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