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President Uhuru Kenyatta Is Declared Victor of Kenyan Election - New York Times

NAIROBI, Kenya — President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday was officially declared the winner of a bitterly disputed election in Kenya, but his opponent, Raila Odinga, refused to concede defeat, criticizing the vote as a charade and edging the country closer ...and more »

24 killed in Kenyan election violence, many after police open fire on opposition protesters, rights group says - Los Angeles Times

At least 24 people have been shot by police in violence during Kenya's disputed election, including many killed in protests in opposition strongholds after President Uhuru Kenyatta's victory late Friday, according to Kenyan human rights observers. The ...and more »

Kenya's opposition calls for a boycott to protest the deaths of 24 people in post-election clashes - Los Angeles Times

Kenya's main opposition leader, Raila Odinga, addressed rallies of cheering supporters in two Nairobi strongholds Sunday and called for a work stoppage to protest the deaths of at least 24 people in post-election clashes with police. “Tomorrow there is ...and more »

Protests Rage On in Kenya After President Is Re-Elected - New York Times

KISUMU, Kenya — The sun had barely risen, but protesters were already bracing for another wave of confrontations with the police in the city of Kisumu on Saturday after an election disputed by supporters of Kenya's opposition party. As the smell of ...and more »

At least 24 reportedly killed in Kenya post-election violence - Washington Post

NAIROBI — One day after President Uhuru Kenyatta was reelected in a fiercely contested and divisive vote, violence erupted across parts of Kenya in clashes between protesters and security forces. At least 24 people, including a 6-year-old child, have ...and more »

Horrifying images on social media fuel tension after Kenya's disputed election, but not all are real - Los Angeles Times

As protests erupted after Kenya's disputed presidential election, horrifying photographs and videos flashed across social media: a boy terrified by riot police in a Nairobi slum, a vehicle in flames and a bloodied man with a military boot on his neck ...and more »

Incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta declared winner of Kenyan presidential race - Washington Post

NAIROBI — Kenya's electoral commission announced Friday that President Uhuru Kenyatta has been elected to a second term, putting an official end to a fierce electoral contest that many fear could still be clouded by a dispute over the results ...and more »

Kenyans Still Believe In The Value Of Democracy. That's More Powerful Than Election Results. - HuffPost

MOMBASA, Kenya ― The morning of Aug. 8 should have been an incredibly exciting day for me. I was a young Kenyan voting for the first time in the general elections. It was exhilarating, don't get me wrong. But it was also a very trying experience. So ...and more »

Why The Kenyan Opposition Refuses To Go Quietly - HuffPost

Supporters of Kenyan opposition presidential candidate Raila Odinga march in the Mathare slum in Nairobi on Aug. 10. NAIROBI, Kenya — President Uhuru Kenyatta looks set to be declared the winner of Tuesday's presidential election in a first-round ...and more »

Kenyan Opposition: 'They Want to Steal Our Victory' - Voice of America

Near a railway track in Nairobi's Kibera slum, at least a thousand supporters gathered Sunday afternoon to hear remarks from Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga, who recently lost the hotly contested presidential race to incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta ...and more »