ICC chief voices Kenya fears on Rift Valley visit


The chief prosecutor for the International Criminal Court has met some of those who suffered violence and lost relatives in unrest linked to Kenya's disputed 2007 presidential election.

Speaking on a visit to the Rift Valley ahead of elections planned for 2013, Fatou Bensouda voiced her concerns that some people there still saw violence as a legitimate way to exercise their rights.

Karen Allen reports.

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