Kenya mostly calm after vote ruling; minor clashes in west




 
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Kenya mostly calm after vote ruling; minor clashes in west
 
March 31st, 2013  
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Kenya mostly calm after vote ruling; minor clashes in west
By Edmund Blair and Hezron Ochiel NAIROBI/KISUMU, Kenya (Reuters) - Kenyan police clashed on Sunday with a few dozen protesters angry at a court's confirmation of Uhuru Kenyatta as president-elect, but the unrest was minor compared with the nationwide bloodshed after the last disputed election. There was little sign of violence beyond Kisumu, a city in the west of Kenya where there is strong backing for Prime Minister Raila Odinga, loser in the presidential election. Kisumu and other regions were devastated by deadly riots after the vote in 2007. ...




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