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Six Kenyan political leaders -- three each from opposite sides of ethnic violence that followed the country's disputed 2007 election -- were issued summonses Tuesday to appear before the International Criminal Court as part of an investigation into alleged crimes against humanity.

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Plane crashes carrying Kenya ministerupdated: Tue Jun 10 2008 14:07:00

A plane crashed Tuesday in western Kenya, killing all four people on board, including a Cabinet minister and an assistant minister, President Mwai Kibaki said.

Thousands remain displaced months after Kenyan violenceupdated: Tue Jun 10 2008 14:06:00

The thought of going home terrifies Sarafina Nyambura.

Kenya displaced stay in campsupdated: Tue Jun 10 2008 14:06:00

The Kenyan government is removing people from displaced camps. CNN's David McKenzie finds many who want to stay.

Kenyan president taps rival as PMupdated: Mon Apr 14 2008 02:03:00

Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki tapped opposition leader Raila Odinga as prime minister, sealing the long-awaited power-sharing deal aimed at settling a dispute over the December elections that led to widespread violence.

Kenya fires setupdated: Wed Apr 09 2008 05:20:00

Delays in Kenya's power-sharing agreement have brought angry youths to set fires.

Kenya warned by U.S. over Cabinet rowupdated: Wed Apr 09 2008 05:20:00

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has urged Kenya's government and opposition party to agree on the composition of their coalition Cabinet after the two sides suspended talks on power-sharing.

Time.com: Breakdown in Kenya Coalition Talksupdated: Tue Apr 08 2008 17:00:00

Political uncertainty threatens new chaos as government and opposition fail to agree on power sharing

Kenya opposition supporters clash with policeupdated: Tue Apr 08 2008 16:26:00

Supporters of the opposition party clashed with police Tuesday after the party suspended talks with the government over power-sharing.

Time.com: Dreams from Obama's Grandmotherupdated: Wed Feb 27 2008 11:30:00

Amid Kenya's turmoil, the candidate's step-grandmother feeds the chickens and celebrates her grandson's quest

Kenya's opposition threatens mass protestsupdated: Fri Feb 22 2008 09:10:00

Kenya's opposition party says it will embark on a "mass civil disobedience campaign next week" if its demands aren't met in the intensive negotiations aimed at defusing the political crisis in the tense East African nation.

Negotiators near deal to stop Kenya violenceupdated: Thu Feb 21 2008 12:52:00

Feuding Kenyan political parties are close to a deal that could help end recent post-election violence, according to mediators in the settlement talks.

Kenya's opposition threatens more mass protestsupdated: Wed Feb 20 2008 11:46:00

Kenya's opposition party called for renewed mass protests unless the Parliament meets within a week and changes the constitution to make way for a political settlement.

Rice: Compromise key in Kenya crisisupdated: Mon Feb 18 2008 10:19:00

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said on Monday that the issues of governance and "political compromise" are paramount in ending the political crisis in Kenya.

Annan: Progress being made in forging deal in Kenyaupdated: Fri Feb 15 2008 11:22:00

Kofi Annan, mediating talks between bitter Kenyan political rivals, said Friday that major progress is being made in forging a political deal that will end the crisis in the East African country.

Kenya peace mediator withdrawsupdated: Fri Feb 08 2008 16:11:00

The death toll from post-election violence in Kenya climbed to more than 1,000 Tuesday as government and opposition politicians discussed plans that could eventually lead to a power-sharing agreement.

Time.com: A Political Compromise in Kenya? updated: Fri Feb 08 2008 15:55:00

Leaders on both sides of a contested election move toward a new deal, but the impact of weeks of bloodshed may be more difficult to resolve

Vow to pursue Kenyans who sent 'hate texts' updated: Tue Feb 05 2008 11:55:00

Kenya's government Tuesday announced it will find and prosecute anyone who sent "hate text messages" that helped incite ethnic tensions after the contested election in December.

Kenya opposition: We need helpupdated: Sun Feb 03 2008 06:24:00

Two days after reaching a plan with the Kenyan government to end violence that has wracked the country for more than a month, the opposition party asked both the United Nations and the African Union to send in peacekeepers.

Kenya sides reach peace dealupdated: Sun Feb 03 2008 03:43:00

The Kenyan government and its main opposition group have reached a four-point plan to end violence that has wracked the country for more than a month, former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan announced at a news conference Friday.

Breakthrough in Kenya talksupdated: Sun Feb 03 2008 03:43:00

CNN's Nic Robertson reports from Kenya, where a deal has been reached through talks mediated by Kofi Annan.

Forced out, living in fearupdated: Thu Jan 31 2008 03:14:00

CNN's Nic Robertson talks to newly displaced people as ethnic violence continues to flare in Kenya.

Annan begs for calm in Kenya after lawmaker's killingupdated: Thu Jan 31 2008 03:14:00

Former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan on Tuesday pleaded with Kenya's government to take "extraordinary measures" to protect civilians hours after an opposition lawmaker was killed outside his home.

Time.com: A New Burst of Killings in Kenyaupdated: Tue Jan 29 2008 13:00:00

As Kofi Annan tries to mediate a settlement, a political assassination and tribal violence exacerbate the crisis

Kenya in turmoilupdated: Mon Jan 28 2008 18:17:00

Hundreds of people from rival tribes confronted each other in Naivasha, Kenya, until police fired shots into the air.

Ethnic hatred fuels more Kenya violenceupdated: Mon Jan 28 2008 02:09:00

Ethnic fighting once again engulfed Kenya's western Rift Valley on Sunday as witnesses and Red Cross officials reported brutal attacks by members of President Mwai Kibaki's Kikuyu tribe on other ethnic groups.

Kenyan prayer march hit by tear gasupdated: Wed Jan 23 2008 18:15:00

Tear gas was fired Wednesday on people taking part in a prayer march sparking more post-election violence in the Kenyan capital.

Kenya opposition wins two votesupdated: Tue Jan 15 2008 23:59:00

Kenya's opposition party struck a significant blow against the government as its candidates were elected as the house speaker of parliament and deputy speaker in the third round of voting Tuesday.

Kenyan opposition refuses to budgeupdated: Sun Jan 13 2008 23:26:00

Opposition leader Raila Odinga said Sunday his Orange Democratic Movement members plan to sit on the government side of parliament when it reconvenes Tuesday.

Opposition won't back downupdated: Sun Jan 13 2008 23:26:00

Kenya's opposition leader refuses to back down. CNN's Zain Verjee speaks with him at his Nairobi home.

Kenya faces further violent clashesupdated: Fri Jan 11 2008 10:17:00

Kenya's opposition party has called for mass protests and rallies next week, a spokesman told CNN on Friday, raising the prospect of further bloodshed in what has long been one of East Africa's most stable and economically-developed nations.

Close-up view of Kenya crisisupdated: Tue Jan 08 2008 04:54:00

CNN's Zain Verjee, a native Kenyan, looks at the effect the violence there is having on the country's citizens.

Kenya leaders agree to talkupdated: Tue Jan 08 2008 04:54:00

A U.S. envoy trying to quell Kenya's post-election tensions has persuaded the president and the opposition leader to sit down and address vote-counting irregularities and the ensuing violence in which nearly 500 people have been killed.

Machete-attack survivor: I thought I was deadupdated: Mon Jan 07 2008 15:10:00

Lying in a hospital bed in this rural hub of Kenya's Rift Valley, a man describes surviving two machete wounds to his head and multiple slashes to his hands. He says he was attacked by people who now live by the rules of tribalism.

Despair reigns in Kenyaupdated: Mon Jan 07 2008 15:10:00

CNN's Paula Newton reports on the horror and despair of those at a refugee camp in rural Kenya.

Kibaki hints at power-sharing dealupdated: Sat Jan 05 2008 13:47:00

Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki appeared to offer a way out of a stalemate with the opposition over disputed elections, announcing Saturday he was ready to form a government of national unity, a government spokesman said.

Peacemaker Tutu slams Kenya eliteupdated: Fri Jan 04 2008 16:31:00

Archbishop Desmond Tutu rounded on Kenya's ruling elite Friday, saying its people are sick of the corruption that has plagued the nation.

Opposition plans rally in Nairobiupdated: Fri Jan 04 2008 00:36:00

A massive rally in protest of President Mwai Kibaki's re-election was planned for Friday, one day after the nation's attorney general called for a recount and an independent investigation into the country's disputed election.

Time.com: Kenya: A Fight to the Death?updated: Thu Jan 03 2008 13:00:00

The violence in the once-model east African nation is exacerbated by the personal enmity between the President and his main rival

Time.com: Kenya on the Verge of a Showdownupdated: Wed Jan 02 2008 12:00:00

The opposition is protesting to demand that the President admit electoral defeat, sparking fears of more violence

Tribal bonds color Kenyan politicsupdated: Wed Jan 02 2008 09:14:00

Kenya has enjoyed a reputation as one of East Africa's most stable nations since achieving independence from the UK in 1963.

More than 120 killed in Kenya election violenceupdated: Mon Dec 31 2007 23:26:00

One of the most stable nations in East Africa descended further into chaos Monday after a disputed election triggered violence that has killed at least 124 people.

Kenya president narrows poll gapupdated: Sat Dec 29 2007 11:08:00

The result of Kenya's election looked set for a dramatic climax as the country's electoral commission said Saturday that incumbent president Mwai Kibaki was closing the gap on opposition leader Raila Odinga.

Kenyans vote in tight raceupdated: Sat Dec 29 2007 11:08:00

Kenyans go to the polls in an election that might throw out the incumbent president, CNN's David McKenzie reports.

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