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Kenyan Voters Seek Reconciliationi
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February 27, 2013 3:43 PM
As Kenya prepares for presidential elections next week, some communities displaced by the inter-tribal fighting that followed the 2007 vote are still trying to find a home. In the town of Eldoret, some displaced people say they will vote for the two candidates who are accused of fomenting the violence that uprooted them from their homes in the first place. VOA East Africa Correspondent Gabe Joselow has the story. As Kenya prepares for presidential elections next week, some communities displaced by the inter-tribal fighting that followed the 2007 vote are still trying to find a home. In the town of Eldoret, some displaced people say they will vote for the two candidates who are accused of fomenting the violence that uprooted them from their homes in the first place. VOA East Africa Correspondent Gabe Joselow has the story.]]

Kenyan Voters Seek Reconciliation

Published February 27, 2013

As Kenya prepares for presidential elections next week, some communities displaced by the inter-tribal fighting that followed the 2007 vote are still trying to find a home. In the town of Eldoret, some displaced people say they will vote for the two candidates who are accused of fomenting the violence that uprooted them from their homes in the first place. VOA East Africa Correspondent Gabe Joselow has the story. As Kenya prepares for presidential elections next week, some communities displaced by the inter-tribal fighting that followed the 2007 vote are still trying to find a home. In the town of Eldoret, some displaced people say they will vote for the two candidates who are accused of fomenting the violence that uprooted them from their homes in the first place. VOA East Africa Correspondent Gabe Joselow has the story.]]


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