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Kenyans cautious ahead of presidential elections

Kenyans go to the polls on Monday, to elect a new president, parliament and local officials. The nation is holding its breath, as the last national elections in 2007 triggered violence that killed 1,300 people and displaced over 650,000 according to Human Rights Watch. Our reporters Duncan Woodside and Stephanie Braquehais have just visited the Rift Valley, the epicentre of the violence five years ago, where they talked to survivors and peace activists.

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