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The Umati Project monitored hate speech before, during and after Kenya's March 2013 elections. (Photo: Cody Valdes/Flickr)
Judie Kaberia
11 Jul 13
Observers say government body tasked with prosecuting offenders is not doing enough.
William Ruto in an International Criminal Court courtroom in The Hague. (Photo: Bas Czerwinski, ICC-CPI/Flickr)
Judie Kaberia
4 Jun 13
Trial of deputy president will now begin in September as judges weigh possibility of hearings in Kenya or Tanzania.
Cyber cafe in Kenya. (Photo: Giorgio Montersino/Flickr)
Judie Kaberia, Nzau Musau
3 May 13
Was enough done to counter incitement and intimidation online during recent elections?
Uhuru Kenyatta (right) and William Ruto on the campaign trail (Photo: Capital FM, Nairobi)
Judie Kaberia
30 Apr 13
Kenyan president’s bid to get Hague case thrown out is rejected by judges.
Journalists say that a measure of caution was needed in order to report in a responsible manner. (Photo: Capital FM)
Judie Kaberia
28 Mar 13
While critics say reporting was too soft, many in the industry say discretion reflected a responsible approach.
Francis Muthaura in court on February 14. His co-defendant in the Kenya 2 case, Uhuru Kenyatta, participated via video link from Nairobi. (Video still: ICC)
Judie Kaberia
15 Feb 13
Defence lawyers say sheer amount of new evidence makes it impossible to prepare cases by April as scheduled.
Victims of the 2007-08 violence in Kenya gather in Rurigi for a meeting with ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda. (Photo: Muthoni Njuki/Capital FM)
Judie Kaberia
9 Nov 12
Despite public claims of reconciliation, divisions still run deep between communities.
Judie Kaberia
13 Jul 12
But threats to witnesses and concerns about election campaign raise questions about defendants’ continued freedom.
Children play on top of a vehicle destroyed during post-election violence in Kibera, Nairobi. (Photo: The Star/Kenya)
Judie Kaberia
4 Apr 12
Latest move to investigate post-election violence still raises questions about will to prosecute perpetrators.
Post election violence in Shinyalu, Kenya, 2007. (Photo: Bjørn Skobba/Flickr)
Judie Kaberia
17 Oct 11
Ability of Twitter and Facebook users to quickly spread confidential information poses danger for protected witnesses.

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