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THE UN Security Council welcomed the new power-sharing agreement in Kenya and urged President Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga to implement it "in full and without delay".
KENYA'S feuding parties have agreed to rewrite its constitution within a year after a post-election crisis, but have yet to agree terms for power-sharing, a government negotiator said yesterday, following talks mediated by the former UN chief Kofi Annan.
BRITAIN is cautiously hopeful Kenya's rival parties can reach a power-sharing deal this week although there is still "a mountain to be climbed", the Africa minister Mark Malloch-Brown said after speaking to Kofi Annan, former head of the UN.
BODIES piled up in Nakuru mortuary yesterday. The dead, including children, were scarred by machete blows, spear thrusts and arrow shots.
KENYA'S main political rivals met yesterday for the first time since the disputed presidential election, and pledged to seek an end to weeks of unrest that have killed almost 700 people.
KENYA is aflame after a presidential election on 27 December, widely believed to have been rigged to secure the re-election of Mwai Kibaki.
KOFI Annan, the former UN secretary-general, told Kenya's feuding parties yesterday that they must begin talks in good faith and respect the rule of law.
A BRITON has been killed in Kenya during a suspected botched robbery at his home.
AT LEAST 13 people were killed in Kenya yesterday when police fired into a Nairobi slum and different ethnic groups clashed during protests against the disputed re-election of President Mwai Kibaki.
WHEN world marathon champion Luke Kibet goes running, he focuses on finishing first. But during Kenya's post-election upheaval, the 25-year-old star was forced to run for his life.
KENYA'S opposition must challenge disputed election results in the courts if it wants to strengthen democracy, weaken autocracy and defuse violence: even in Zimbabwe, this has shown our citizens and the world that there is still hope for that very foundation of freedom, the rule of law.
KENYA'S opposition yesterday called three days of protests next week after mediation failed and the country's post-election crisis worsened.
RIOTS and violence following Kenya's election may have killed up to 1,000 people, the opposition said yesterday as it halted protests and Mwai Kibaki, the president, invited his main rival to talks.
ELEVEN days ago, residents of Kenya's biggest slum joined long, snaking queues to cast their ballots in the east African country's presidential polls.
KENYA will face a health emergency within days if the wave of political violence there is not halted, a UK-based charity warned last night.
THE slums of the Kenyan capital were gradually returning to normal yesterday as plans for a second day of demonstrations against flawed elections fizzled out.
THURSDAY morning usually means choir practice for Jennifer Titus. Yesterday morning, she had to beg for her life on her knees as a violent mob tried to burn the church around her.
THE only way for the intercommunal violence in Kenya to subside and for democracy to be saved is for the president, Mwai Kibaki, to accept some form of independent review of the recent disputed elections, and for the leader of the opposition, Raila Odinga, to call off his supporters from violent street protests.