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  • Musharraf vows to find Benazir's killers IRNA 08 Jan 2008 -- Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf Tuesday said his government is committed to finding those behind the assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and bringing the perpetrators of the heinous crime to justice.
  • Analysis: Kenya's Politics of Exclusion cfr.org 08 Jan 2008 -- The campaign for Kenya's presidential election, which included candidate "branding" and the widespread use of text messaging (WashPost), seemed to herald a new openness in Nairobi's politics. Postelection mayhem turned that perception on its head
  • United States To Provide $200,000 for Emergency Relief in Kenya Washington File 08 Jan 2008 -- The United States will provide $200,000 to the Kenya Red Cross Society for relief supplies for people displaced by violence related to the disputed presidential election, according to a January 7 press release from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
  • KENYA: After-effects of poll clashes hit northern Kenya IRIN 08 Jan 2008 -- Post-election violence has affected northeastern Kenya's vital livestock trade and resulted in increased food prices and shortages, local traders said.
  • Now Is Time To Act in Burma, Under Secretary Burns Says Washington File 08 Jan 2008 -- The following piece by R. Nicholas Burns, U.S. under secretary of state for political affairs, first appeared in The Washington Post January 8 and is in the public domain.
  • Georgian opposition alleges fraud in presidential vote RIA Novosti 08 Jan 2008 -- Georgia's united opposition has lodged a protest with the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) chairman over alleged rigging of Saturday's presidential election.



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