TAKE-A-LOOK-Kenya votes for a new president
Kenyans choose a new president on Monday in a closely fought election that has divided the east African nation. For stories, please double click on the codes in brackets: LATEST NEWS > Kenyan separatist group denies behind attacks > Somali rebels urge Muslims to boycott vote > 15 killed on Kenyan coast on vote day > Odinga alleges unfairness before Kenyan vote > Intimidation, machetes point to vote violence > ICC prosecutors see Kenyatta trial delayed > Somali rebels warn of "long" war ahead of vote > Kenyan PM denounces plot to rig vote > Judges threatened ahead of Kenyan vote > Kenyatta cleared to run despite ICC charges ANALYSIS/CONTEXT > Kenya braces for repeat of election bloodshed > Kenya counts on technology for voting > Kenyatta bid creates diplomatic headache > Ethnicity, ICC heat up Kenya presidential race > Neighbours worried over Kenya vote violence > Election worries slows Kenya oil search > Kenya on alert for election "hate speech" > Kenya vote to spur economic gain, then pain > Cash, sexism keep women out of Kenyan politics > Election fears knock Kenya's tourism hopes > Kenya city fears violence re-run ahead of vote > Foreign athletes wary of Kenyan poll violence BACKGROUND > Kenya's election and the main candidates > Interactive timeline on Kenya link.reuters.com/qyz36t (Compiled by Nairobi Newsroom)
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