International Criminal Court Moves to Indict Kenyan Politicians

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

News on Kenyan elections that sparked violence in 2007 and early 2008 was delivered today in the Netherlands. The disputed elections left 1200 dead and over 500,000 displaced, and now, the International Criminal Court is trying to indict some of the people many see as responsible, including high-profile politicians. Tensions have risen in the wake of the move, but some are seeing the effort from the Hague as a move towards much-needed justice in Kenya. We're joined now by Kevin Mwachiro, reporting for our partner the BBC in Nairobi.


Kevin Mwachiro

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