Two killed as protests follow Kenya court vote ruling
At least two people were shot dead in Kenya on Monday, police said, as opposition supporters protested a court ruling that upheld the election of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Clashes after 4 bodies found in Nairobi slum
Four bodies were found in the streets of a Nairobi slum on Sunday with the discovery sparking clashes in a city on edge after clashes between opposition supporters and police turned deadly. The bodies of three men and a woman were found in the city's Mathare slum, one of several flashpoint areas where violence erupted…
Kenyan police fire in air to disperse opposition demonstrators
Kenyan police fired in the air on Friday to disperse hundreds of opposition supporters gathered outside the airport in the capital Nairobi, a Reuters witness said.
Kenya's top court hears petitions to cancel election, again
Kenya's Supreme Court on Wednesday began hearing two petitions to annul last month's presidential election, which was already a re-run ordered by the court after it annulled an earlier vote.
Kenyan politician files petition challenging poll results
A former Kenyan lawmaker and businessman on Monday filed a petition challenging a presidential election won by President Uhuru Kenyatta, in the latest legal battle to hit the drawn-out poll process.
Kenya: Re-run election disputed
On Monday, the results of the Kenyan general election were disputed by the main opposition leader, Raila Odinga, and his supporters in a repeat of what occurred after the original...
Whatsapp's "Unsend" Feature Didn't Save Kenyan MP Who Sent Colleagues Sex Tips
Online messaging application WhatsApp recently launched a feature that allows users to recall messages sent by accident, but this feature did not save the Kenyan MP who sent sex tips to his colleagues. The feature, which is still being rolled out, doesn't appear to be working for all users just yet. According to an FAQ…
Odinga says Kenya election 'must not stand'
Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga vowed Tuesday not to accept a "sham" election, declaring he would push for a fresh vote through a campaign of civil disobedience and peaceful protest.