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Church leaders in Kenya have welcomed the peaceful polling in a referendum to agree a new constitution for the East African country.
Human rights groups have called on the Kenya to halt forced evictions in a Nairobi settlement that have left hundreds of families homeless.
Anglicans in Kenya have called on the government to reschedule a referendum on a proposed constitution, set for 4 August 2010, in the interests of peace.
Church leaders in Kenya are criticising a hefty pay rise that lawmakers have awarded themselves, terming it a betrayal of the East African country's citizens.
Church leaders in Kenya have said they are holding the government responsible for two explosions at a constitution prayer rally in Nairobi, in which seven people died.
Muslim leaders urged their followers to remain calm, while others called for the scrapping of teaching of Christian religious education in schools.
Church leaders in Kenya are alleging that the Obama administration in the US is funding the government-backed 'yes' campaign for a controversial constitutional referendum.
A number of Christian and Muslim leaders in Kenya have called on the International Criminal Court to punish those behind the 2007 to 2008 post-election violence.
Christians in Kenya have held a national prayer rally in support of their campaign for a "No" vote in a pending constitutional referendum.
Church leaders in Kenya have abandoned constitutional talks with the government, announcing that they will rally Christians to vote against the draft basic law.
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