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Kenyan Politicians Urged to Unite Following Attacks
Trading accusations about who was responsible for twin strikes in coastal towns could fuel tensions.
24 Jun 14
Kenya Continues Push for ICC Changes
Nairobi is confident that proposed amendments will pass, but participating states are unlikely to allow major revisions to Hague court’s founding statute.
5 Jun 14
Kenyan Authorities in the Dock Over Hate Speech
Was enough done to counter incitement and intimidation online during recent elections?
3 May 13
Diplomats Issue Rare Warning Ahead of Kenyan Polls
While keen to maintain neutrality, United State and Britain appear to feel prospect of an indicted Kenyan president merits strong words.
1 Mar 13
Kenya Trials Could Begin After 2013 Election
Judges at the International Criminal Court to set start date for cases against four defendants by mid-July.
13 Jun 12
Kenya Cases Given Go-Ahead at ICC
Appeals judges in The Hague reject challenges from defence teams, but crucial legal definition remains unresolved.
7 Jun 12
ICC in Kenyan Victims Assistance Dilemma
Court under pressure to offer support to victims of election violence, but could risk jeopardising cases against alleged ringleaders if it does so.
26 Oct 11
Calls for Greater ICC Effort in Kenya
Attorney general says state is committed to prosecuting election violence cases, but needs help.
22 Aug 11
ICC Prosecutor Urged to Seek Further Kenya Charges
Post-election shootings in Kisumu and Kibera absent from current charges against senior political figures.
3 Jul 11
Two Kenyan Suspects Off The Hook?
Despite prosecutor’s pledge to look again at rejected cases, focus now likely to shift to trials of four others accused of election violence.
24 Jan 11