PBS Newshour: Political Unease Endures in Kenya Despite Fairly Peaceful Elections

In Kenya, fears of post-election violence seem to be dissipating, but Gwen Ifill reports that other concerns remain. Newly-elected President Uhuru Kenyatta and his running mate both face charges of crimes against humanity for past election violence, and Kenyatta's opponent has promised to appeal the election results.

For more on the local and global fallout from the latest presidential election in Kenya -- a key ally of the United States -- Gwen Ifill talks with Jendayi Frazer, former U.S. assistant secretary of State for African Affairs.