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By Maggie Fick NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenyan police arrested an American election data expert working with opposition leader Raila Odinga's National Super Alliance (NASA) ahead of Aug. 8 polls, an opposition senator and the U.S. embassy said on Saturday. Senator James Orengo said John Aristotle Phillips, chief executive of political technology and data provider Aristotle Inc., was detained late on Friday along with a Canadian national, whom he did not name. "The police invaded their apartment," Orengo told a news conference, adding that the pair were manhandled and thrown into the back of a vehicle.
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