Land and Conflict Sensitive Journalism sumaries

Sub-Category : ICC

Ruto accomplices’ exonerate themselves from ICC claim

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Thursday, 10 Jan 2013

Allies of Eldoret North MP William Ruto have denied having played any role in the 2007 post-election violence. They dismissed claims that they were Ruto’s accomplices in the violence, describing them as “manufactured a

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Witnesses against Uhuru, Ruto to be revealed on Wednesday

Daily Nation, pg 3
Wednesday, 09 Jan 2013

The International Criminal Court (ICC) will Wednesday lay bare the evidence it has against four Kenyans facing crimes against humanity charges at The Hague, even as two of the suspects scale up their presidential campaigns. The pr

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ICC tightens Uhuru, Ruto murder charges

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Wednesday, 09 Jan 2013

The ICC Prosecutor now says she has additional incriminating evidence sufficient to sustain murder charges against Mr Uhuru Kenyatta, Mr William Ruto and two other Kenyan suspects. The new document reasserts alleged meetings held

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ICC gets new witnesses on Kiambaa killings

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Tuesday, 08 Jan 2013

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has flown out of the country two new witnesses, said to have fresh details on how the Kiambaa KAG Church in Eldoret was burned down. The two were flown to Europe just days before Christmas. T

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Ballot papers will be ready for poll: IEBC

Daily Nation, pg 6
Monday, 07 Jan 2013

Ballot papers and materials required in the March 4 General Election will be ready before the poll, the electoral commission boss has said. IEBC has come under criticism for single-sourcing the contract. Aero Vote questioned the c

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ICC rejects Ruto, Sang request for disclosure

The Star Pg 1 & 6
Saturday, 17 Nov 2012

The International Criminal Court has rejected a request by Eldoret North MP William Ruto and journalist Joshua Sang that the prosecution discloses whether it will rely on the same witnesses it used at the confirmation hearings. Th

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Complex game of numbers as aspirants target regions

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Sunday, 16 Dec 2012

Major realignments and pre-election deals could drastically change voting patterns in the March 4 General Election. By the end of Friday, the Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission (IEBC) had registered 10.3 million voters

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ICC judges Reject Application on Victims

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Friday, 14 Dec 2012

The three-judge Bench Judge at the ICC has rejected the request that had been made by former legal representative of victims Sureta Chana in the case against Eldoret North MP William Ruto and Radio journalist Joshua arap Sang. In

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