Kenya

Kenya opposition says it will challenge election in court

Kenya's opposition will challenge the results of last week's presidential election in Supreme Court and wage a campaign of civil disobedience, its leader announced Wednesday, saying they intend to expose a "computer-generated presidency."

Raila Odinga told reporters that Kenyans won't willingly go along with "democracy's slaughter."

His comments had the potential to set off another wave of protests in the capital, Nairobi, and elsewhere that already have led to at least two dozen people shot dead by police since the Aug. 8 vote, according to one prominent Kenyan human rights group.

Odinga has claimed that the election results were hacked and rigged...

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