Security fears mean they do not want to testify in trial at the International Criminal Court.
ICC judges rule out holding sections of the proceedings in Kenya or Tanzania.
Observers say government body tasked with prosecuting offenders is not doing enough.
Calls for new county chiefs to be given more powers over police.
Judges accused of bowing to political pressure after deciding that Kenya’s deputy president can stay away from most of his trial.
Fears that further delay could jeopardise witness safety, and the case itself.
Debate continues over how special court can best hold perpetrators to account.
Development is a further setback to the court’s work in Kenya, but does not halt legal process.
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