Ten years ago, a disputed election in Kenya ended in violence that left 1,200 people dead. As Kenyans head to the polls again, security is tight and a team of international monitors is on hand to help ensure a peaceful and undisputed election.
Three Kenyan commissioners have resigned, citing "arbitrary decision making" by the electoral body's leadership. The electoral commission has been plagued by issues since a botched presidential election in 2017.
It's unclear what the new deal between opposition leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta means for the country after months of political turmoil.
The resignation of several Kenyan columnists, citing concerns over increased media regulation and a 'worrying pattern' of government influence, has put the issue of press freedom back in the spotlight.
Kenya's government has said the fake inauguration of opposition leader Raila Odinga was an "attempt to overthrow" the government. TV stations have been closed amid an investigation into the "swearing-in" ceremony.
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