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ICC judges found last week there are grounds to believe prosecutors’ claims that a bloodthirsty ritual saw the leaders of Kenya’s Kalenjin tribe create a criminal network that swore to kill as many rival Kikuyu tribe members as possible. They also believe the country’s Deputy Prime Minister planned the Kikuyu’s revenge attacks.
Ouattara’s rampant justice
"Life here is terrible. Our children are dying from the extreme cold. We are refugees in our own country," says a resident of the Ya Mumbi Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp in Kenya's Northern Rift valley region. Three years after violence swept the country following the December 2007 elections, Kenya clearly still struggles in its aftermath.
By Caasi Sagalai, Nairobi
Grace Wakio is one of the IDPs who lost her home during the violence, which left more than 1,300 dead and hundreds of thousands displaced.
Kenya expects the International Criminal Court this month to hand out six arrest warrants to alleged perpetrators of the country's post-election violence. Public speculation is rife, and the looming warrants are causing tension between Kenya's two main political parties.
By Claire Wachira, Nairobi
The ICC has indicated that the warrants would be out before Christmas.
On a visit to Nairobi this week, former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan welcomed the Kenyan government's assurance that it will cooperate fully with the International Criminal Court (ICC) on establishing the best way to secure justice for victims of the 2007 post-election violence.
By Michael Kaloki
Annan served as chief mediator during peace negotiations aimed at finding a solution to the crisis that had rocked the East African country.