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New Kenya president to be sworn in   Uhuru Kenyatta is set to be sworn in as Kenya's new president, following his victory in March against Raila Odinga Raila Odinga 'to continue struggle peacefully'  Defeated presidential candidate will seek peaceful ways to end a row over poll results, which gave a narrow first round victory to Kenyatta Odinga files Kenya election appeal   Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga has filed a Supreme Court appeal against Uhuru Kenyatta's narrow victory in the presidential election's first... Kenya election votes 'doctored'  The ballot count in Kenya's presidential elections has been rigged, says the running mate of Prime Minister Raila Odinga Kenyatta ahead in Kenya vote count  Uhuru Kenyatta, who faces trial at the ICC next month, has established a large lead over rival Raila Odinga in early results from Kenya's presidential poll Odinga to mediate Ivorian crisis  The African Union has asked Kenyan PM Raila Odinga to lead its efforts to resolve Ivory Coast's political crisis   Kenya PM calls for Mugabe removal  Raila Odinga: Power-sharing in Zimbabwe is dead and it is time for African governments to oust Robert Mugabe Odinga named PM in bid to end vote crisis
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Kenya election: Kenyatta ahead as votes counted
Uhuru Kenyatta defeats Raila Odinga Map of Nairobi Kenya

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  Kenya's President, in office since 2013, took 54.3% of votes, ahead of his rival Raila Odinga, with 44.7%, officials say
  Kenya's incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta has taken a strong lead as votes are counted. He has 55% of the vote against 44% for Raila Odinga

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  President Kibaki named rival Raila Odinga as prime minister, implementing a power-sharing deal after protracted negotiations.    The two leaders had agreed to share power after weeks of deadly violence following the disputed presidential election. Kibaki said in a live TV speech a...
Feb.28   Rivals sign power-sharing deal
  President Kibaki and opposition leader Odinga agreed to form a coalition government after weeks of wrangling.    They were shown on TV sitting together. Former U.N. Secretary-Gene...
Jan.24   Rivals hold 'ice-breaker' talks  President Kibaki and opposition leader Odinga met for the first time since disputed election, under the auspices of former Kofi Annan Jan.17   Kenya 'turned into killing field'
  Opposition leader Odinga has accused the government and the police of turning the country into 'killing fields of the innocent'
Jan.16   Protest enters second day   Supporters of the opposition leader, Raila Odinga, say they will defy a police ban on public rallies and stage a second day of protests Odinga denies 'ethnic cleansing'   Opposition leader has denied his supporters have engaged in ethnic cleansing, blaming government for targeting certain communities Jan.7     President Kibaki invites foe to talks  Mwai Kibaki has invited opposition leader Raila Odinga for face-to-face talks over disputed elections Jan.6   Odinga rejects power-sharing offer  Opposition leader rejected President Kibaki's offer to form a unity government amid continuing violent unrest following disputed presidential... Jan.4 US envoy seeks Kenya crisis talks   Jendayi Frazer, is in Nairobi, planning to hold talks with President Kibaki and opposition leader Odinga Jan.2   Party to defy protest ban   Opposition leader Raila Odinga has insisted a banned mass march will go ahead in Nairobi despite pleas for post-election unrest to stop

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Dec.30   Odinga rejects poll result  The opposition candidate in the presidential election has rejected the victory of President Kibaki, who has been sworn in for a second term Dec.29   Count halted amid unrest  The electoral commission said that incumbent president Mwai Kibaki was closing the gap on opposition leader Raila Odinga

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