Judges order proceedings to continue in private after details of protected witness revealed online.
Reporters criticised for posting material reflecting ethnic bias.
Analysts note efforts to avoid further exacerbating sensitive political relations.
Amid growing opposition to Hague trials, international court’s role comes under spotlight.
Justice watchers raise alarm as parliament approves motion for withdrawal.
Defence for William Ruto unleashes tirade against prosecution’s conduct of investigation.
Both sides warn against witness intimidation.
The Nairobi slum was one of the worst hit areas during Kenya’s 2007-08 electoral violence but the crimes inflicted on its residents will not be prosecuted at the International Criminal Court.
Locals fear inadequate state response to 2012 bloodshed will mean further violence.
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