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Survivors of Kenya's Past Election Violence Are Hopeful Nowi
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February 28, 2013 3:01 PM
The town of Nakuru in Kenya’s Rift Valley Region was the center of much of the violence that followed the last presidential election in 2007. As Kenya prepares to vote again next week, the residents of Nakuru remain positive, despite signs of trouble on the horizon. VOA’s Gabe Joselow has this report.

Survivors of Kenya's Past Election Violence Are Hopeful Now

Published February 28, 2013

The town of Nakuru in Kenya’s Rift Valley Region was the center of much of the violence that followed the last presidential election in 2007. As Kenya prepares to vote again next week, the residents of Nakuru remain positive, despite signs of trouble on the horizon. VOA’s Gabe Joselow has this report.


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