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Four things to know about the Kenyan vote dispute

Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta has been declared the winner of the country's election, but not everybody is happy. His opponent Raila Odinga insists the election results have been manipulated, and protests have broken out in poor neighbourhoods in two of the country's major cities. It's too soon to say how long, or how significant this unrest will be, but it carries risks for Kenya, a country considered one of the most dynamic and democratic in east Africa.
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