Annan urges justice for Kenya chaos victims
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Annan urges justice for Kenya chaos victims

Nairobi : Kenya | Dec 02, 2010 at 1:37 AM PST
Source: Daily Nation
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Stories Former UN secretary general and chairman of the Panel of Eminent African Personalities Kofi Annan urged Kenya to seek justice for the crimes committed during the chaos. Mr Annan also urged the government to ensure that witnesses of the post-poll chaos and especially who will be involved... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Nation
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