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Kenya president urges opposition to use 'legal mechanisms'

Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday appealed to the opposition to hold legal demonstrations, not street protests, and allow Kenyans to get back to normal life after last week's disputed vote. Opposition leader Raila Odinga's rejection of the results of Tuesday's election -- in which Kenyatta won 54 percent of the vote -- has led to sometimes violent clashes between his supporters and police that have killed at least 16 people since Friday.
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