EU alarmed at post-election violence in Kenya

The European Union has cast doubt over Kenya's presidential election results and urged local leaders to prevent violence and uphold the country's status as a "model of democracy in an already fragile region."

Situated on the east coast of Africa with population of around 35 million, Kenya has plunged into unrest following the 27 December poll in which incumbent president Mwai Kibaki was declared a winner despite opposition leader Raila Odinga's claims of victory.

The EU's chief mo...

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