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ICC names suspects in Kenyan election violence

The International Criminal Court named several prominent Kenyans as suspects in the violence that followed the 2007 election. More than 1,000 people were killed and hundreds of thousands were displaced during the turmoil.

 
 

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A man belonging to the Kalenjin tribe is beaten by Kenyan police after authorities found him hiding in a house with poisoned arrows near the western Kenyan town of Kericho, Feb. 1.


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