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By Wanjohi Kabukuru, Associated Press
William Ruto has been sworn in as Kenya's president after narrowly winning the Aug. 9 election in East Africa's most stable democracy.
By Cara Anna, Associated Press
In our news wrap Monday, a manhunt spreads across much of western Canada after a stabbing spree leaves ten people dead, Kenya's Supreme Court unanimously upholds William Ruto's narrow win in the presidential election and the Israeli military acknowledged "a…
Kenya's losing presidential candidate Raila Odinga has filed a Supreme Court challenge to last week's election result.
Kenyans went to the polls last week in an election widely hailed as one of the most transparent and peaceful in the nation’s history, a major milestone for a country that has experienced significant post-election violence in past years. But…
By Neha Wadekar
Kenyan opposition figure Raila Odinga says he'll challenge the results of the close presidential election with "all legal options" after Deputy President William Ruto was declared the winner.
After last-minute chaos that could foreshadow a court challenge, Kenya's electoral commission chairman has declared Deputy President William Ruto the winner of the close presidential election over five-time contender Raila Odinga.
The top candidates are Raila Odinga, a democracy campaigner who has vied for the presidency for a quarter-century, and 55-year-old Deputy President William Ruto, who has stressed his journey from a humble childhood to appeal to struggling Kenyans long accustomed…
By Neha Wadekar, Jack Hewson
Kenyans will go to the polls on Tuesday to select a new president. In a nation with a history of contested and violent elections, this is the first time a member of the politically dominant Kikuyu tribe is not running.
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Ignoring calls from some African leaders to leave some of his opinions at home, President Barack Obama spoke favorably of gay rights as he prepared to visit Kenya and Ethiopia.
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