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Kenya Unrest

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Top Pictures - 08 Apr 2011
Top Pictures - 08 Apr 2011
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April 08, 2011
Kenya's Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta (L, back row), Cabinet Secretary Francis Muthaura (2nd L, front...
The Hague, Netherlands
Kenya's Finance Minister Kenyatta, Cabinet Secretary Muthaura, former police chief Ali appear at International...
Kenya's Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta (L, back row), Cabinet Secretary Francis Muthaura (2nd L, front row), and former police chief Hussein Ali appear (2nd R, front row) at the International Criminal Court in The Hague April 8, 2011. Kenyatta and two other officials appeared on Friday at the International Criminal Court to hear charges of murder, forcible transfer, rape and persecution. REUTERS/Bas Czerwinski/Pool (THE NETHERLAND - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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April 08, 2011
Kenya's Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta, Cabinet Secretary Francis Muthaura, and former police chief...
The Hague, Netherlands
Kenya's Finance Minister Kenyatta, Cabinet Secretary Muthaura, former police chief Ali appear at International...
Kenya's Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta, Cabinet Secretary Francis Muthaura, and former police chief Hussein Ali appear at the International Criminal Court in The Hague April 8, 2011. Kenyatta and two other officials appeared on Friday at the International Criminal Court to hear charges of murder, forcible transfer, rape and persecution. REUTERS/Bas Czerwinski/Pool (THE NETHERLAND - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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April 08, 2011
Kenya's Cabinet Secretary Francis Muthaura appears at the International Criminal Court in The Hague April...
The Hague, Netherlands
Kenya's Cabinet Secretary Francis Muthaura appears at the International Criminal Court in The Hague
Kenya's Cabinet Secretary Francis Muthaura appears at the International Criminal Court in The Hague April 8, 2011. REUTERS/Bas Czerwinski/Pool (THE NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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April 08, 2011
Kenya's Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta appears at the International Criminal Court in The Hague April...
The Hague, Netherlands
Kenya's Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta appears at the International Criminal Court in The Hague
Kenya's Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta appears at the International Criminal Court in The Hague April 8, 2011. Kenyatta and two other officials appeared on Friday at the International Criminal Court to hear charges of murder, forcible transfer, rape and persecution. REUTERS/Bas Czerwinski/Pool (THE NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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April 08, 2011
Kenya's Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta (L) and Cabinet secretary Francis Muthaura (R) appear at the...
The Hague, Netherlands
Kenya's Finance Minister Kenyatta and Cabinet secretary Muthaura appear at the International Criminal...
Kenya's Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta (L) and Cabinet secretary Francis Muthaura (R) appear at the International Criminal Court in The Hague April 8, 2011. Kenyatta and two other officials appeared on Friday at the International Criminal Court to hear charges of murder, forcible transfer, rape and persecution. REUTERS/Bas Czerwinski/Pool (THE NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
WARCRIMES-KENYA
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April 08, 2011
Kenya's Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta (2nd L) and Cabinet secretary Francis Muthaura (2nd R) appear...
The Hague, Netherlands
Kenya's Finance Minister Kenyatta and Cabinet secretary Muthaura appear at the International Criminal...
Kenya's Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta (2nd L) and Cabinet secretary Francis Muthaura (2nd R) appear at the International Criminal Court in The Hague April 8, 2011. Kenyatta and two other officials appeared on Friday at the International Criminal Court to hear charges of murder, forcible transfer, rape and persecution. REUTERS/Bas Czerwinski/Pool (THE NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
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April 07, 2011
Three Kenyan suspects (back row from L to R), William Ruto (L), Henry Kosgey (C) and Joshua Arap Sang...
The Hague, Netherlands
Three Kenyan suspected of war crimes make their initial appearance at the ICC in The Hague
Three Kenyan suspects (back row from L to R), William Ruto (L), Henry Kosgey (C) and Joshua Arap Sang (R), accused of crimes against humanity in their country's post-election violence in 2007-08, make their initial appearance at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague April 7, 2011.
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April 07, 2011
Three Kenyan suspects (back row from L to R), William Ruto (L), Henry Kosgey (C) and Joshua Arap Sang...
The Hague, Netherlands
Three Kenyan suspected of war crimes make their initial appearance at the ICC in The Hague
Three Kenyan suspects (back row from L to R), William Ruto (L), Henry Kosgey (C) and Joshua Arap Sang (R), accused of crimes against humanity in their country's post-election violence in 2007-08, make initial appearances at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague April 7, 2011.
REUTERS/Pool (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
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April 05, 2011
Mary Mumbi (C) sits with her child Michael Nganga, at an internally displaced persons (IDP) camp in Ol...
OL KALAU, Kenya
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Mary Mumbi (C) sits with her child Michael Nganga, at an internally displaced persons (IDP) camp in Ol Kalau, west of the capital Nairobi, in this picture taken March 29, 2011. The fire scorched the skin off both of her legs, but Mumbi and her newborn son survived the worst single attack of Kenya's post-election violence when a mob torched a church, killing nearly 30 people. This week, six Kenyans accused of crimes against humanity in countrywide violence that killed more than 1,220 people after the disputed Dec. 27, 2007 ballot will make initial appearances at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. Picture taken March 29, 2011. To match Feature KENYA-ICC/VIOLENCE REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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April 05, 2011
The burns Mary Mumbi received on her legs as she narrates her ordeal at an internally displaced persons...
multiple cities, multiple countries
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The burns Mary Mumbi received on her legs as she narrates her ordeal at an internally displaced persons (IDP) camp in Ol Kalau, west of the capital Nairobi March 29, 2011. The fire scorched the skin off both of her legs, but Mary Mumbi and her newborn son survived the worst single attack of Kenya's post-election violence when a mob torched a church, killing nearly 30 people. Picture taken March 29, 2011. To match Feature KENYA-ICC/VIOLENCE REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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April 05, 2011
Yusila Cherono, a 41-year-old Kalenjin woman nurses her injuries at her Eldoret home, 300km (186 miles)...
Eldoret, Kenya
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Yusila Cherono, a 41-year-old Kalenjin woman nurses her injuries at her Eldoret home, 300km (186 miles) west of the capital Nairobi, March 30, 2011. This week, six Kenyans accused of crimes against humanity in countrywide violence that killed more than 1,220 people after the disputed Dec. 27, 2007 ballot will make initial appearances at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The internally displaced people survived the worst single attack of Kenya's post-election violence when a mob torched a church, killing nearly 30 people. Pictures taken March 30, 2011. To match Feature KENYA-ICC/VIOLENCE. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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April 05, 2011
Michael Nganga, 3, who was saved by his mother Mary Mumbi from a burning church, plays at an internally...
OL KALAU, Kenya
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Michael Nganga, 3, who was saved by his mother Mary Mumbi from a burning church, plays at an internally displaced persons (IDP) camp at Ol Kalau, west of the capital Nairobi March 29, 2011. The fire scorched the skin off both of her legs, but Mary Mumbi and her newborn son survived the worst single attack of Kenya's post-election violence when a mob torched a church, killing nearly 30 people. This week, six Kenyans accused of crimes against humanity in countrywide violence that killed more than 1,220 people after the disputed Dec. 27, 2007 ballot will make initial appearances at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. Picture taken March 29, 2011. To match Feature KENYA-ICC/VIOLENCE. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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April 05, 2011
Mary Mumbi narrates her ordeal at an internally displaced persons (IDP) camp in Ol Kalau, west of the...
OL KALAU, Kenya
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Mary Mumbi narrates her ordeal at an internally displaced persons (IDP) camp in Ol Kalau, west of the capital Nairobi, in this picture taken March 29, 2011. The fire scorched the skin off both of her legs, but Mumbi and her newborn son survived the worst single attack of Kenya's post-election violence when a mob torched a church, killing nearly 30 people. This week, six Kenyans accused of crimes against humanity in countrywide violence that killed more than 1,220 people after the disputed Dec. 27, 2007 ballot will make initial appearances at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. Picture taken March 29, 2011. To match Feature KENYA-ICC/VIOLENCE REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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May 11, 2010
A church destroyed after the disputed Kenyan Presidential Election in 2007 is seen in a maize farm on...
Eldoret, Kenya
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A church destroyed after the disputed Kenyan Presidential Election in 2007 is seen in a maize farm on the outskirts of Eldoret 400km (248 miles) west of the capital Nairobi April 29, 2010. As Kenyans prepare to vote in a referendum on constitutional reform in August, many remain haunted by the tribal bloodletting that convulsed east Africa's largest economy in early 2008. The new constitution, seen as a crucial step in healing the ethnic divisions that plague Kenyan politics, would curb the president's sweeping powers and strengthen civil liberties ahead of the next presidential election in 2012. Picture taken April 29, 2010. To match feature KENYA-POLITICS/FEAR REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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January 15, 2010
Anti-riot policemen beat up a Muslim demonstrator near the Jamia Mosque in Kenya's capital Nairobi, January...
Nairobi, Kenya
Anti-riot policemen beat up a Muslim demonstrator near the Jamia Mosque in Kenya's capital Nairobi
Anti-riot policemen beat up a Muslim demonstrator near the Jamia Mosque in Kenya's capital Nairobi, January 15, 2010. Kenyan security forces shot in the air and fired tear gas at hundreds of people protesting in the capital on Friday against the detention of Jamaican cleric Sheikh Abdullah al-Faisal. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
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October 27, 2009
A woman covers herself from rain as she arrives in Nakuru's Gicheha farm, 180 km (112 miles) west of...
Nairobi, Kenya
A woman covers herself from rain as she arrives in Nakuru's Gicheha farm, west of Nairobi
A woman covers herself from rain as she arrives in Nakuru's Gicheha farm, 180 km (112 miles) west of the capital Nairobi October 27, 2009. Hundreds of families displaced in Kenya's post-election violence last year that killed 1,300 people and uprooted more than 300,000 are being resettled on land in the Nakuru District. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA
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January 23, 2008
An opposition protester shouts in front of a burning car in Nairobi January 23, 2008. Police fired teargas...
Nairobi, Kenya
Opposition protester shouts in front of a burning car in Nairobi
An opposition protester shouts in front of a burning car in Nairobi January 23, 2008. Police fired teargas to disperse anti-government youths throwing rocks and taunting them at a memorial service on Wednesday organised by the opposition for people killed in an election protest crackdown. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (KENYA)
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December 12, 2008
Anti-riot policemen beat a Kenyan opposition supporter during post-elections demonstrations in the Nairobi's...
Nairobi, Kenya
Anti-riot policemen beat a Kenyan opposition supporter during post-elections demonstrations in Nairobi's...
Anti-riot policemen beat a Kenyan opposition supporter during post-elections demonstrations in the Nairobi's Kibera slum in this file picture taken December 31, 2007. Kenya's police face unprecedented reform after scathing accusations of murder, rape and routine brutality during a bloody election crisis. Picture taken December 31, 2007. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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January 30, 2008
A police officer chases a protester in the town of Nderi, north of Nairobi, January 30, 2008. Protests...
NDERI, Kenya
A police officer chases a protester in the town of Nderi
A police officer chases a protester in the town of Nderi, north of Nairobi, January 30, 2008. Protests over President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election in the Dec. 27 election have degenerated into cycles of killing between rival tribes, and there is increasing evidence of gangs being well organised on both sides. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (KENYA)
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January 22, 2008
Demonstrators run away from tear gas during a march in support of Kenya's president Mwai Kibaki in Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
Demonstrators run away from tear gas during march in support of Kenya's president Kibaki in Nairobi
Demonstrators run away from tear gas during a march in support of Kenya's president Mwai Kibaki in Nairobi January 22, 2008. Police fired tear gas on Tuesday to disperse supporters of Kibaki before former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan starts mediating in the standoff over Kenya's election that has caused weeks of unrest. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 20, 2008
Luo tribe members point at stone-throwing Kikuyu tribe members during ethnic clashes in Nairobi's Huruma...
Nairobi, Kenya
Luo tribe members point at stone-throwing Kikuyu tribe members during ethnic clashes in Nairobi
Luo tribe members point at stone-throwing Kikuyu tribe members during ethnic clashes in Nairobi's Huruma neighbourhood January 20, 2008. At least three people were hacked to death with machetes in a slum in Kenya's capital on Sunday in ethnic clashes triggered by President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election last month, witnesses said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 20, 2008
A Luo tribe member shouts at stone-throwing Kikuyu tribe members during ethnic clashes in Nairobi's Huruma...
Nairobi, Kenya
A Luo tribe member shouts at stone-throwing Kikuyu tribe members during ethnic clashes in Nairobi
A Luo tribe member shouts at stone-throwing Kikuyu tribe members during ethnic clashes in Nairobi's Huruma neighbourhood January 20, 2008. At least three people were hacked to death with machetes in a slum in Kenya's capital on Sunday in ethnic clashes triggered by President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election last month, witnesses said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 19, 2008
Children play next to a vehicle destroyed during post-election violence in Nairobi's Kibera slum January...
multiple cities, Kenya
Children play next to a vehicle destroyed during post-election violence in Nairobi's Kibera slum
Children play next to a vehicle destroyed during post-election violence in Nairobi's Kibera slum January 19, 2008. Kenyan riot police patrolled the capital on Saturday after at least 23 people were killed mostly by police, in three days of protests called by the opposition over a disputed election. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
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January 18, 2008
A policeman attempts to dismantle a barricade set alight during a protest in the port city of Mombasa...
Mombasa, Kenya
A policeman attempts to dismantle a barricade set alight during a protest in the port city of Mombasa...
A policeman attempts to dismantle a barricade set alight during a protest in the port city of Mombasa January 18, 2008. At least 13 people were killed in Kenya on Friday when police opened fire in a Nairobi slum and ethnic groups clashed during protests against the disputed re-election of President Mwai Kibaki. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (KENYA)
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January 18, 2008
The body of a dead opposition protester lies covered on a street during a protest in the port city of...
Mombasa, Kenya
The body of a dead opposition protester lies covered on a street during a protest in Mombasa
The body of a dead opposition protester lies covered on a street during a protest in the port city of Mombasa January 18, 2008. At least 13 people were killed in Kenya on Friday when police opened fire in a Nairobi slum and ethnic groups clashed during protests against the disputed re-election of President Mwai Kibaki. REUTERS/Joseph Okanga (KENYA)
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January 17, 2008
An opposition protester gestures behind a roadblock in Nairobi's Kibera slum, January 17, 2008. Kenyan...
Nairobi, Kenya
An opposition protester gestures behind a roadblock in Nairobi's Kibera slum
An opposition protester gestures behind a roadblock in Nairobi's Kibera slum, January 17, 2008. Kenyan police clashed with opposition protesters on Thursday in a second day of demonstrations against President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
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January 16, 2008
Protesters lie on the ground next to a poster of Orange Democratic Movement's Raila Odinga in the western...
Kisumu, Kenya
Protesters lie on the ground next to a poster of ODM's Raila Odinga in the western town of Kisumu
Protesters lie on the ground next to a poster of Orange Democratic Movement's Raila Odinga in the western town of Kisumu January 16, 2008. Kenyan police battled hundreds of opposition protesters on Wednesday, killing two, as the opposition defied a ban on rallies against President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election, witnesses said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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February 07, 2008
Two children stand together as heavy rain falls at a temporary shelter for around 19,000 displaced people...
Eldoret, Kenya
Two children stand together as heavy rain falls at a temporary shelter in Eldoret
Two children stand together as heavy rain falls at a temporary shelter for around 19,000 displaced people during post-election violence in Eldoret February 7, 2008. The United States has barred 10 Kenyans suspected of being behind ethnic violence that has convulsed the country since President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Georgina Cranston (KENYA)
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February 05, 2008
People displaced during post-election violence stand in line to receive food outside the Naivasha police...
Naivasha, Kenya
People displaced during post-election violence stand in line to receive food outside the Naivasha police...
People displaced during post-election violence stand in line to receive food outside the Naivasha police station, 73 km (48 miles) west of Nairobi, February 5, 2008. Kenya's opposition on Tuesday threatened new street protests if a meeting of regional foreign ministers chaired by the government goes ahead this week while the two sides are locked in political negotiations. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
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February 03, 2008
A boy displaced during post-election violence waits to board a bus to be transported from Thika stadium,...
THIKA, Kenya
A boy displaced during post-election violence waits to board a bus to be transported from Thika stadium...
A boy displaced during post-election violence waits to board a bus to be transported from Thika stadium, February 3, 2008. Kenya's opposition called on the African Union on Sunday to deploy peacekeepers in the country as violence that has killed at least 900 people and displaced a quarter of a million continued to rage. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
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January 18, 2008
A woman cries over the bodies of two teenagers killed during opposition protests in Nairobi's Kibera...
Nairobi, Kenya
A woman cries over the bodies of two teenagers killed during opposition protests in Nairobi
A woman cries over the bodies of two teenagers killed during opposition protests in Nairobi's Kibera slum, January 18, 2008. At least eight people were killed on Friday in violence during opposition protests in Kenya over a disputed presidential election, witnesses and a senior official said. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
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January 19, 2008
A boy plays with a ball in front of graffiti after post-election violence in Nairobi's Kibera slum, January...
Nairobi, Kenya
A boy plays with a ball in front of graffiti after post-election violence in Nairobi
A boy plays with a ball in front of graffiti after post-election violence in Nairobi's Kibera slum, January 19, 2008. Kenyan riot police patrolled the capital on Saturday after at least 23 people were killed mostly by police, in three days of protests called by the opposition over a disputed election. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE ALSO SEE: GM1E57T1EI701
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January 24, 2008
Kenya's President Mwai Kibaki (C) shakes hands with opposition leader Raila Odinga (R) as former U.N....
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenya's President Kibaki shakes hands with opposition leader Odinga as former UN chief Annan claps in...
Kenya's President Mwai Kibaki (C) shakes hands with opposition leader Raila Odinga (R) as former U.N. chief Kofi Annan claps in Nairobi January 24, 2008. Kibaki and Odinga took "fair steps" towards dialogue in their first meeting since a disputed December 27 election unleashed weeks of bloodshed, Annan said on Thursday. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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January 17, 2008
An opposition protester stands on his head in front of riot police in front of a burning roadblock in...
Nairobi, Kenya
An opposition protester taunts the riot police in Nairobi's Kibera slum
An opposition protester stands on his head in front of riot police in front of a burning roadblock in Nairobi's Kibera slum, January 17, 2008. Kenyan police clashed with opposition protesters on Thursday in a second day of demonstrations against President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election in which police have already killed three. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
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January 16, 2008
An anti-riot policeman helps an injured demonstrator in the western town of Kisumu January 16, 2008....
Kisumu, Kenya
An anti-riot policeman helps an injured demonstrator in the western town of Kisumu
An anti-riot policeman helps an injured demonstrator in the western town of Kisumu January 16, 2008. Kenyan police battled hundreds of opposition protesters on Wednesday, killing two, as the opposition defied a ban on rallies against President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election, witnesses said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 16, 2008
Opposition protesters run away from their roadblock as police prepare to fire teargas in Nairobi's Kibera...
Nairobi, Kenya
Opposition protesters run away from their roadblock as police prepare to fire teargas in Nairobi's Kibera...
Opposition protesters run away from their roadblock as police prepare to fire teargas in Nairobi's Kibera slum, January 16, 2008. Kenyan police battled hundreds of opposition protesters on Wednesday, killing two, as the opposition defied a ban on rallies against President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election, witnesses said. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
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January 12, 2008
A displaced woman sits at a temporary shelter after ethnic violence in Nairobi's Mathera slums January...
Nairobi, Kenya
A displaced woman sits at a temporary shelter after ethnic violence in Nairobi's Mathera slums
A displaced woman sits at a temporary shelter after ethnic violence in Nairobi's Mathera slums January 12, 2008. Kenya's opposition on Friday called three days of nationwide protests next week after mediation failed and the country's post-election crisis worsened. More than 250,000 Kenyans have been made homeless by ethnic clashes since President Mwai Kibaki was sworn in on December 30. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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January 11, 2008
Bodies lie inside Mortuary no. 3 after post-election ethnic violence in Kisumu, January 10, 2008. Kenya's...
Kisumu, Kenya
Bodies lie in the mortuary after post-election ethnic violence in Kisumu
Bodies lie inside Mortuary no. 3 after post-election ethnic violence in Kisumu, January 10, 2008. Kenya's opposition said on Friday it planned to restart protests across the east African nation against President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election after the failure of African Union (AU) mediation. Picture taken January 10, 2008. REUTERS/Georgina Goodwin (KENYA)
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January 07, 2008
A patient whose arm was amputated following a bullet injury during post-election violence rests at a...
Kericho, Kenya
A patient whose arm was amputated following a bullet injury during post-election violence rests at a...
A patient whose arm was amputated following a bullet injury during post-election violence rests at a hospital in Kericho town, west of the capital Nairobi January 7, 2008. Riots and post-election violence in Kenya may have killed up to 1,000 people, the opposition said on Monday as it halted protests to give mediation a chance. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 07, 2008
People walk through the rubble of shops and houses burnt during post-election violence in Nairobi's Kibera...
Nairobi, Kenya
People walk through the rubble of shops and houses burnt during post-election violence in Nairobi's Kibera...
People walk through the rubble of shops and houses burnt during post-election violence in Nairobi's Kibera slum, January 7, 2008. Up to 1,000 people may have died in more than a week of riots and post-election violence in Kenya, opposition leader Raila Odinga said on Monday. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
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January 05, 2008
A woman is robbed as she returns with goods in the Kibera slum after post-election riots in Nairobi,...
Nairobi, Kenya
A woman is robbed as she returns with goods in the Kibera slum after post-election riots in Nairobi
A woman is robbed as she returns with goods in the Kibera slum after post-election riots in Nairobi, January 5, 2008. Kenya's President Mwai Kibaki said on Saturday he was ready to form a government of national unity to end post-election violence that has killed 300 people and forced 250,000 to flee their homes. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
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January 06, 2008
People from the Kikuyu tribe sit in a truck as they flee Eldoret under military protection passing Cheptiret...
CHEPTIRET, Kenya
People of Kikuyu tribe sit in truck as they flee Eldoret under military protection passing Cheptiret...
People from the Kikuyu tribe sit in a truck as they flee Eldoret under military protection passing Cheptiret village January 4, 2008. Kenyans across the political divide prayed for peace on Sunday while aid workers sought to bring relief to an estimated 250,000 refugees from post-election violence that has also killed hundreds. Picture taken January 4, 2008. REUTERS/Georgina Cranston (KENYA)
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January 03, 2008
A man runs with an empty bucket to fetch water as houses and shops burn in Nairobi, January 3, 2008....
Nairobi, Kenya
A man runs with an empty bucket to fetch water as houses and shops burn in Nairobi
A man runs with an empty bucket to fetch water as houses and shops burn in Nairobi, January 3, 2008. President Mwai Kibaki called on Thursday for an end to post-election violence that has killed at least 300 people in Kenya and said he was ready for talks with the opposition once the nation had calmed down. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
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January 04, 2008
A man looks at a burnt out church in Nairobi's Kibera slum January 4, 2008. A planned opposition rally...
Nairobi, Kenya
A man looks at a burnt out church in Nairobi's Kibera slum
A man looks at a burnt out church in Nairobi's Kibera slum January 4, 2008. A planned opposition rally appeared to falter on Friday, giving Kenya some respite from post-election turmoil that has killed more than 300 people. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
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January 02, 2008
An election poster of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga marks the "border" between...
Nairobi, Kenya
An election poster of ODM leader Raila Odinga marks the "border" between rival supporters during ethnic...
An election poster of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga marks the "border" between rival supporters during ethnic violence in Nairobi January 2, 2008. President Mwai Kibaki's government accused rival Raila Odinga's party of unleashing "genocide" in Kenya on Wednesday as the death toll from tribal violence over a disputed election passed 300. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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December 31, 2007
An opposition supporter begs police for mercy during protests in Nairobi, December 31, 2007. Police battled...
Nairobi, Kenya
An opposition supporter begs police for mercy during protests in Nairobi
An opposition supporter begs police for mercy during protests in Nairobi, December 31, 2007. Police battled protesters in blazing slums on Monday as President Mwai Kibaki began a second term after a disputed vote that has convulsed Kenya, hurt its democratic credentials, and brought a rising death-toll. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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February 28, 2008
People from Kalenjin and Kikuyu tribes pray together for peace at Mao Summit in the outskirts of Molo,...
MOLO, Kenya
People from Kalenjin and Kikuyu tribes pray together for peace at Mao Summit in the outskirts of Molo...
People from Kalenjin and Kikuyu tribes pray together for peace at Mao Summit in the outskirts of Molo, 180 km (110 miles) west of Nairobi February 28,2008. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
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February 28, 2008
A woman walks next to a burnt house after post-election violence in the outskirts of Molo, 180 km (110...
MOLO, Kenya
A woman walks next to a burnt house after post-election violence in the outskirts of Molo
A woman walks next to a burnt house after post-election violence in the outskirts of Molo, 180 km (110 miles) west of Nairobi February 28, 2008. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra(KENYA)
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February 28, 2008
Kenya's president Mwai Kibaki (L, seated) and opposition leader Raila Odinga (R, seated) are assisted...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenya's president Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga are assisted in signing an agreement...
Kenya's president Mwai Kibaki (L, seated) and opposition leader Raila Odinga (R, seated) are assisted in signing an agreement in Nairobi, February 28, 2008. Kibaki and Odinga signed a power-sharing agreement intended to end a post-election crisis that left at least 1,000 people dead. Witnessing the occasion are Tanzanian president Jakaya Kikwete (top L), Chief mediator Kofi Annan (C) and former Tanzanian president Benjamin Mkapa (top, 2nd R). Assisting Kibaki and Odinga are Attorney General Amos Wako (L) and James Orengo (R). REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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February 20, 2008
Protesters try to roll over a burnt bus during a protest against an overnight police crackdown on people...
Nairobi, Kenya
Protesters try to roll over a burnt bus during a protest against an overnight police crackdown on people...
Protesters try to roll over a burnt bus during a protest against an overnight police crackdown on people living in Nairobi's Mathare slum, February 20, 2008. Landlords have not been able to collect their rent since the disputed presidential poll in December. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
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February 10, 2008
A man holds a knife during post-election violence in the outskirts of Molo, 180km (110 miles) west of...
Kericho, Kenya
A man holds a knife during post-election violence in Molo
A man holds a knife during post-election violence in the outskirts of Molo, 180km (110 miles) west of Nairobi, February 10, 2008. Kenya's rival parties geared up on Sunday to thrash out a power-sharing agreement to end a deadly crisis over President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
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February 08, 2008
A woman and her child, who are from the Kikuyu tribe and were displaced during post-election violence,...
Kericho, Kenya
A woman and her child, who are from the Kikuyu tribe and were displaced during post-election violence,...
A woman and her child, who are from the Kikuyu tribe and were displaced during post-election violence, sit outside a church in Kericho, west of Nairobi, February 8, 2008. Kenya's feuding political parties may reach a breakthrough within days to help end violence after a disputed election that has left more than 1,000 people dead, mediator Kofi Annan said on Friday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
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February 07, 2008
A woman carrying a child walks past graffiti by Solomon Muhandi after ethnic gangs looted and burned...
Nairobi, Kenya
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A woman carrying a child walks past graffiti by Solomon Muhandi after ethnic gangs looted and burned shops and churches in Nairobi's Kibera slum January 6, 2008. Muhandi dips his brush again into a small cup, his hands dotted with irregular white spots. Finishing, Muhandi takes a step back: "Peace Wanted Alive" the sign reads, like hundreds of others the 31-year old has painted all over Kenya's largest slum. Picture taken January 6, 2008. To match feature KENYA-CRISIS/PEACE/ REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
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February 07, 2008
People sit at a destroyed building painted with graffiti in Nairobi's Kibera slum February 6, 2008. Solomon...
Nairobi, Kenya
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People sit at a destroyed building painted with graffiti in Nairobi's Kibera slum February 6, 2008. Solomon Muhandi dips his brush again into a small cup, his hands dotted with irregular white spots. Finishing, Muhandi takes a step back: "Peace Wanted Alive" the sign reads, like hundreds of others the 31-year old has painted all over Kenya's largest slum. To match feature KENYA-CRISIS/PEACE. Picture taken February 6, 2008. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
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February 03, 2008
Members of Kisii tribe fight a battle with Kalenjin tribe in the town of Chepilat, west of Nairobi, February...
CHEPILAT, Kenya
Members of Kisii tribe fight battle with Kalenjin tribe in Chepilat
Members of Kisii tribe fight a battle with Kalenjin tribe in the town of Chepilat, west of Nairobi, February 3, 2008. Kenya's opposition called on the African Union on Sunday to deploy peacekeepers in the country as violence that has killed at least 900 people and displaced a quarter of a million continued to rage. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (KENYA)
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February 08, 2008
Brian Solomon Ingozi Mungai plays on a sofa inside his relatives' wooden house in Wakamwa Magumo village,...
WAKAMWA MAGUMO, Kenya
Brian Solomon Ingozi Mungai plays on a sofa inside his relatives' wooden house in Wakamwa Magumo village...
Brian Solomon Ingozi Mungai plays on a sofa inside his relatives' wooden house in Wakamwa Magumo village, about 45 km (27 miles) west of Nairobi, February 8, 2008. Fourteen-month-old Brian, the son of Jeremiah, a Kikuyu, escaped unhurt when his mother Grace, a Luyha, was shot dead in front of him during post-election violence in a nearby town. Kenya's feuding political parties may reach a breakthrough within days to help end violence after a disputed election that has left more than 1,000 people dead, mediator Kofi Annan said on Friday. REUTERS/George Philipas (KENYA)
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January 17, 2008
A police officer uses his pistol during a protest by opposition supporters in Nairobi's Mathare slum...
Nairobi, Kenya
A police officer uses his pistol during a protest by opposition supporters in Nairobi's Mathare slum
A police officer uses his pistol during a protest by opposition supporters in Nairobi's Mathare slum January 17, 2008. Kenyan police clashed with opposition protesters on Thursday in a second day of demonstrations against President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election in which police have already killed three. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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January 17, 2008
Opposition protesters taunt riot police in Nairobi's Mathare slum, January 17, 2008. Kenyan police clashed...
Nairobi, Kenya
Opposition protesters taunt riot police in Nairobi's Mathare slum
Opposition protesters taunt riot police in Nairobi's Mathare slum, January 17, 2008. Kenyan police clashed with opposition protesters on Thursday in a second day of demonstrations against President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election in which police have already killed three. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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January 17, 2008
Opposition protesters beat a man whom they claimed to be a pro-government supporter (C) during riots...
Nairobi, Kenya
Opposition protesters beat a man whom they claimed to be a pro-government supporter during riots in Nairobi...
Opposition protesters beat a man whom they claimed to be a pro-government supporter (C) during riots in Nairobi's Kibera slum, January 17, 2008. Kenyan police clashed with opposition protesters on Thursday in a second day of demonstrations against President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election in which police have already killed three. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
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January 16, 2008
Children peer from a broken window as demonstrators parade in the western town of Kisumu January 16,...
Kisumu, Kenya
Children peer from a broken window as demonstrators parade in the western town of Kisumu
Children peer from a broken window as demonstrators parade in the western town of Kisumu January 16, 2008. Kenyan police battled hundreds of opposition protesters on Wednesday, killing two, as the opposition defied a ban on rallies against President Mwai Kibaki's disputed re-election, witnesses said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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