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28 September 2011 by Thijs Bouwknegt

Uhuru Kenyatta is sure his file at the International Criminal Court does not contain anything that implicates him in crimes against humanity. “We go to The Hague in the full expectation that justice will prevail and the truth emerges. We are innocent,” he said ahead of a series of hearings that may bring him to trial. 

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01 February 2012 by -

International Criminal Court (ICC) judges found last week there are substantial grounds to believe prosecutors’ claims that a bloodthirsty ritual saw the leaders of Kenya’s Kalenjin tribe create a criminal network and swear to kill as many rival Kikuyu tribe members as possible. They also believe the country’s Deputy Prime Minister planned the Kikuyu’s revenge attacks.

By Franck Petit and Richard Walker, The Hague

Francis Muthaura