Kenya: Obama has a word with Raila and Uhuru, but US position on ICC is ambiguous - By Njambi Ngunjiri

From African Arguments Fri Feb 8 2013, 04:11:00

The upcoming national elections in Kenya bring a sense of trepidation and foreboding due to the post-election violence witnessed following the polls in 2007.  Presumably, this is why The White House recently released a message from US President Obama to

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