More than one-hundred and twenty people are believed to have been killed in violence in Kenya.
This follows the disputed result of an election that saw the country's President, Mwai Kibaki returned to power for a second term.
Opposition party supporters have clashed with police in a number of Kenyan towns and cities.
There are now fears the violence could take on an ethnic dimension.
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