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Diaspora Kenyans, unable to vote abroad, feel cheated

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Kenyans living abroad say they feel cheated about not being able to vote in Monday's closely contested election, even though the millions of dollars in remittances they send back home each year are a major fillip to east Africa's biggest economy.Full story

Kenyan prime minister denounces plot to rig presidential vote

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga on Thursday accused the head of the civil service of recruiting officials to back his main rival's presidential campaign as part of a wider plan to rig the election next month. Full story

Landlocked neighbors worried by possible Kenya poll violence

ATHI RIVER, Kenya (Reuters) - Kenya's landlocked neighbors are stocking up on fuel and food to prevent the kind of disruption they suffered after being cut off from the port of Mombasa by angry rioters following a disputed election five years ago. Full story

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