Kenya elections

Earlier on Tuesday, riot police sealed off an area where the opposition planned a rival gathering and teargassed people trying to approach it.
At least 49 people have died since the first presidential election of August 8, which was later overturned, prompting Kenya's worst political crisis in a decade.
Following the boycott of Kenya's election re-run by the opposition, can Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga work out a deal?
The first election, in August, was annulled by the courts because of procedural irregularities.
Odinga’s exit from the democratic process means opposition supporters’ faith in the system is at the point of collapse.
Kenya's new president is a man facing charges for crimes against humanity at The Hague, but has pledged to "co-operate with
It is in the nature of elections that they divide people. They force us to make choices, and in fragile societies with divided communities, those divisions can be dangerous, which is why so often elections can lead to violence.
Given that the next elections in Kenya are just a few days away, now is perhaps a useful time to remind ourselves of the debates that took place five years ago about how the international media covered the elections and their aftermath.
A decision by the International Criminal Court is due on Monday on whether six influential Kenyans accused of helping to