Kenyan Election Sparks Violence

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A supporter of the Orange Democratic Party holds a machete in front of a burning barricade, Dec. 29, 2007, during riots in the Kibera slum in Nairobi.
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KIAMBAA, KENYA -- Nearly two years after a wave of post-election violence brought this East African nation to the brink of civil war, Joseph Ngaruiya has learned to ride his bike with one leg, the other having never fully healed from machete cuts. He's learned to tolerate the "sorrys" and small t...
 
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