What now for Kenya?
- 3 Jan 08, 10:57 AM
Police in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, have used water cannon and tear gas to stop people joining an opposition rally protesting against the outcome of the presidential election.
The march, banned by the Kenyan authorities, was organised by the opposition leader, Raila Odinga, who accuses President Mwai Kibaki of stealing the election.
There has been violence across the country, including the burning of a church in Eldoret in which more than 30 people, including 13 young children, died.
About 300 people have been killed and at least 70,000 driven from their homes across Kenya since Sunday.
Despite international calls for calm, there seems to be no immediate end to the post-election crisis and violence in sight.
Newsnight's Paul Mason is on his way to Nairobi, but we want to hear from those who have been affected by the unrest in Kenya - both from overseas and from within the country.
What have you seen? And what are your hopes and fears for Kenya's future now?