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.
Limited charge sheet and lack of wider prosecutions have led to concerns over whether victims will get justice for Kenya’s electoral violence.
International court moves to protect some of those who will testify against deputy president.
Observers differ on how waning support will affect the justice process in The Hague.
Observers criticise bill that would allow legislators to water down measures aimed at bringing justice.
Truth commission laid out steps for resolving long-term grievances and bringing justice to victims, but nothing has been done to implement them.
“Let justice run its course,” international prosecutor’s staff tell Kenyans.
Group of women who suffered sexual attacks during mass violence five years ago to sue officials.
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