Top Kenyans to face ICC over crimes against humanity

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Two presidential candidates in Kenya are to stand trial over crimes against humanity following post-election violence in 2007, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has ruled.

Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and former minister William Ruto will both face charges.

They are among four prominent Kenyans, all of whom deny the accusations, who will stand trial.

Will Ross reports.

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