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February 14, 2008
Pallbearers push the coffin containing the remains of slain opposition politician Melitus Were after...
Nairobi, Kenya
Pallbearers push coffin containing remains of slain opposition politician Melitus Were in Nairobi
Pallbearers push the coffin containing the remains of slain opposition politician Melitus Were after a requiem mass at the Holy Family Basilica in Nairobi February 14, 2008. Kenya's feuding political parties adjourned talks for the weekend on Thursday, dashing chief mediator Kofi Annan's hopes to have a final political settlement this week to the post-election crisis. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
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February 14, 2008
A priest leads a requiem mass for slain opposition politician Melitus Were at the Holy Family Basilica...
Nairobi, Kenya
Priest leads requiem mass for slain opposition politician Melitus Were at the Holy Family Basilica in...
A priest leads a requiem mass for slain opposition politician Melitus Were at the Holy Family Basilica in Nairobi February 14, 2008. Kenya's feuding political parties adjourned talks for the weekend on Thursday, dashing chief mediator Kofi Annan's hopes to have a final political settlement this week to the post-election crisis. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
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January 29, 2008
Riot police stand in front of mourners outside the home of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were...
Nairobi, Kenya
Riot police stand outside home of Kenyan opposition politician Were who was killed in Nairobi
Riot police stand in front of mourners outside the home of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were who was killed at his home in the early hours in Nairobi January 29, 2008. With tribal violence and score-settling spreading across the nation of 36 million people, President Mwai Kibaki appealed to all Kenyans to maintain peace. But opposition leader Raila Odinga warned Kenya was "drifting into a state of anarchy." REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 29, 2008
A policeman removes a burning tyre from the road outside the home of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus...
Nairobi, Kenya
Policeman removes burning tyre outside home of Kenyan opposition politician Were who was killed in Nairobi...
A policeman removes a burning tyre from the road outside the home of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were who was killed at his home in the early hours in Nairobi January 29, 2008. With tribal violence and score-settling spreading across the nation of 36 million people, President Mwai Kibaki appealed to all Kenyans to maintain peace. But opposition leader Raila Odinga warned Kenya was "drifting into a state of anarchy." REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 29, 2008
Opposition supporters erect a roadblock next to the home of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were...
Nairobi, Kenya
Opposition supporters erect a roadblock next to the home of Kenyan opposition politician Were who was...
Opposition supporters erect a roadblock next to the home of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were who was killed at his home in the early hours in Nairobi January 29, 2008. With tribal violence and score-settling spreading across the nation of 36 million people, President Mwai Kibaki appealed to all Kenyans to maintain peace. But opposition leader Raila Odinga warned Kenya was "drifting into a state of anarchy." REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 29, 2008
A woman mourns outside the home of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were who was killed at his home...
Nairobi, Kenya
A woman mourns outside the home of Kenyan opposition politician Were who was killed in Nairobi
A woman mourns outside the home of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were who was killed at his home in the early hours in Nairobi January 29, 2008. With tribal violence and score-settling spreading across the nation of 36 million people, President Mwai Kibaki appealed to all Kenyans to maintain peace. But opposition leader Raila Odinga warned Kenya was "drifting into a state of anarchy." REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 29, 2008
Police fire teargas to disperse mourners of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were who was killed...
Nairobi, Kenya
Police fire teargas to disperse mourners of Kenyan opposition politician Were who was killed in Nairobi...
Police fire teargas to disperse mourners of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were who was killed at his home in the early hours in Nairobi January 29, 2008. With tribal violence and score-settling spreading across the nation of 36 million people, President Mwai Kibaki appealed to all Kenyans to maintain peace. But opposition leader Raila Odinga warned Kenya was "drifting into a state of anarchy." REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 29, 2008
Opposition supporters carry a log to block the access to the home of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus...
Nairobi, Kenya
Opposition supporters carry a log to block access to the home of Kenyan opposition politician Were who...
Opposition supporters carry a log to block the access to the home of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were who was killed at his home in the early hours in Nairobi January 29, 2008. With tribal violence and score-settling spreading across the nation of 36 million people, President Mwai Kibaki appealed to all Kenyans to maintain peace. But opposition leader Raila Odinga warned Kenya was "drifting into a state of anarchy." REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 29, 2008
Police fire teargas to disperse mourners of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were who was killed...
Nairobi, Kenya
Police fire teargas to disperse mourners of Kenyan opposition politician Were who was killed at his home...
Police fire teargas to disperse mourners of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were who was killed at his home in the early hours in Nairobi January 29, 2008. With tribal violence and score-settling spreading across the nation of 36 million people, President Mwai Kibaki appealed to all Kenyans to maintain peace. But opposition leader Raila Odinga warned Kenya was "drifting into a state of anarchy." REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 29, 2008
Opposition leader Raila Odinga shows a teargas canister after police teargassed mourners of Kenyan opposition...
Nairobi, Kenya
Opposition leader Odinga shows a teargas canister after police teargassed mourners of Kenyan opposition...
Opposition leader Raila Odinga shows a teargas canister after police teargassed mourners of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were who was killed at his home in the early hours in Nairobi January 29, 2008. With tribal violence and score-settling spreading across the nation of 36 million people, President Mwai Kibaki appealed to all Kenyans to maintain peace. But opposition leader Raila Odinga warned Kenya was "drifting into a state of anarchy." REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 29, 2008
Opposition leader Raila Odinga (R) comforts Wairimu, wife of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were,...
Nairobi, Kenya
Opposition leader Odinga comforts wife of Kenyan opposition politician Were who was killed at his home...
Opposition leader Raila Odinga (R) comforts Wairimu, wife of Kenyan opposition politician Melitus Were, who was killed at his home in the early hours in Nairobi January 29, 2008. With tribal violence and score-settling spreading across the nation of 36 million people, President Mwai Kibaki appealed to all Kenyans to maintain peace. But Odinga warned Kenya was "drifting into a state of anarchy." REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
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January 29, 2008
Armed opposition supporters display a poster of Melitus Were, an opposition politician, killed at his...
Nairobi, Kenya
Armed opposition supporters display a poster of Were, an opposition politician, killed at his home in...
Armed opposition supporters display a poster of Melitus Were, an opposition politician, killed at his home in the early hours in Nairobi January 29, 2008. With tribal violence and score-settling spreading across the nation of 36 million people, President Mwai Kibaki appealed to all Kenyans to maintain peace. But opposition leader Raila Odinga warned Kenya was "drifting into a state of anarchy." REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
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January 29, 2008
Armed opposition supporters display a poster of Melitus Were, an opposition politician, killed at his...
Nairobi, Kenya
Armed opposition supporters display a poster of Were, an opposition politician, killed at his home in...
Armed opposition supporters display a poster of Melitus Were, an opposition politician, killed at his home in the early hours in Nairobi January 29, 2008. With tribal violence and score-settling spreading across the nation of 36 million people, President Mwai Kibaki appealed to all Kenyans to maintain peace. But opposition leader Raila Odinga warned Kenya was "drifting into a state of anarchy." REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
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