FACTBOX-Political risks to watch in Kenya
By James Macharia
NAIROBI, July 13 (Reuters) - Kenya's political landscape has been shaken up after the International Criminal Court said two of the country's leading presidential contenders must go on trial next year accused of crimes against humanity a month after March elections.
The Hague-based court wants to hold the two men responsible for their role in deadly violence that erupted in 2007 after a disputed presidential vote in east Africa's largest economy.
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