Election results announced last month showed President Uhuru Kenyatta was re-elected with 54 percent of the vote, 1.4 million more votes than opposition candidate Raila Odinga.
By Michael Boulter
A record number of Kenyans voted in an election Tuesday pitting incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta against veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga. Both men were leaders when post-election violence rocked the nation almost a decade ago, raising fears that the country could…
By PBS NewsHour
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice increased pressure on Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe to leave office after his government stalled on a power-sharing deal with the opposition party.
By PBS NewsHour
The violence that exploded in Kenya earlier this year over allegations of vote-rigging has caused the country's tourism industry to slump. Margaret Warner reports from Kenya on the anemic state of one of the country's biggest economic engines.
The United Nations Thursday urged Kenya to prosecute those responsible for the worst of the country's recent post-election violence. Margaret Warner reports from Kenya on how citizens and businesses are working to recover from the politically fueled unrest.
The fighting that raged in Kenya after disputed December elections was a sign of deep-seated ethnic tensions and underlying economic problems in the country, including joblessness. Margaret Warner reports from Kenya on the roots of the violence.
While Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga were able to reach an agreement on a coalition government, Kenyans are anxiously waiting to see if the deal will hold. Margaret Warner reports from Kenya on the latest developments.
Rival leaders in Kenya agreed to a coalition government deal Thursday that would create a new prime minister role to rule with the president, raising hopes for an end to two months of post-election violence. The U.S. secretary of state…
Former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan postponed talks between rival leaders in Kenya Thursday after an opposition lawmaker was killed -- the second in three days. L.A. Times Nairobi Bureau Chief Edmund Sanders discusses the prospects for an end to the…
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