Police in Kenya fired tear gas at demonstrators on Monday during a protest demanding the reopening of three TV stations closed for covering opposition activities.
Rights groups say police in Kenya have killed as many as 67 people across the country since August’s failed presidential election.
Kenya’s Supreme Court has once again ordered the country’s election body to comply with an audit of its computer servers.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) is calling for an investigation into the role of police during election violence earlier this month.
At least three people have been killed in violence that followed Kenya’s presidential election on Tuesday.
Kenya has hired international auditors to oversee the upcoming presidential election following violence, delays and fraud accusations in the build-up to August’s polls.
Kenya has cancelled the primaries election for its ruling party after too many voters turned up, leading to a shortage of materials.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) on Tuesday threw out charges against Kenya’s deputy president William Ruto.
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