Skip navigation

Police fire teargas at angry backers of Kenya vote loser

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenyan police in riot gear fired teargas to disperse crowds of angry supporters of the defeated presidential candidate, Raila Odinga, on Saturday in one of his stronghold regions in the west of the country, a Reuters witness reported.Full story

Odinga alleges unfairness before Kenyan election

KAREN, Kenya (Reuters) - One of Kenya's top two presidential rivals accused the electoral commission on Saturday of disadvantaging him by "design or omission" in Monday's vote, a poll intended to reassert the rule of law after savage post-election tribal fighting in 2007. Full story

Preview: Kenya braces for repeat of election bloodshed

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenyans choose a new president on Monday in a closely fought election that has divided the east African nation and raised fears of a repeat of the bloodshed that followed the tightly contested race five years ago. Full story

Sponsored Links

Articles

Kenyan prime minister denounces plot to rig presidential vote

Analysis: Ethnicity and ICC cases heat up Kenya presidential race

advertisement | ad info

Related Photos

Kenya's PM Odinga addresses a news conference at his office in Nairobi
Kenya's PM Odinga addresses a news conference at his office in Nairobi

Kenya's Prime Minister Raila Odinga , accompanied by his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka, addresses a news conference at his office in capital Nairobi March 30, 2013. Kenya's defeated presidential contender Odinga on Saturday accepted the ruling of the Supreme Court which dismissed his challenge to the

Kenya's PM Odinga addresses a news conference at his office in capital Nairobi
Kenya's PM Odinga addresses a news conference at his office in capital Nairobi

Kenya's Prime Minister Raila Odinga addresses a news conference at his office in capital Nairobi March 30, 2013. Kenya's defeated presidential contender Odinga on Saturday accepted the ruling of the Supreme Court which dismissed his challenge to the presidential election result, and wished his rival

Riot police stand in a formation in front of supporter of Kenya's PM Odinga during the Supreme Court ruling in Kenya's capital Nairobi
Riot police stand in a formation in front of supporter of Kenya's PM Odinga during the Supreme Court ruling in Kenya's capital Nairobi

Riot police stand in a formation in front of supporter of Kenya's Prime Minister Raila Odinga, the defeated presidential candidate of the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy , during the Supreme Court ruling in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 30, 2013. Kenyan police fired teargas on Saturday at hundr

Supporters of Kenya's PM Odinga react during the Supreme Court ruling in Kenya's capital Nairobi
Supporters of Kenya's PM Odinga react during the Supreme Court ruling in Kenya's capital Nairobi

Supporters of Kenya's Prime Minister Raila Odinga, the defeated presidential candidate of the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy , react during the Supreme Court ruling in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 30, 2013. Kenyan police fired teargas on Saturday at hundreds of stone-throwing youths in the we