Attacks in Kenya ‘meticulously’ organized, Human Rights Watch says

by Stephanie McCrummen

NAIROBI, March 17 — Post-election attacks on villagers in Kenya’s Rift Valley were often “meticulously” organized by local opposition leaders who called for “war” against people from President Mwai Kibaki’s Kikuyu ethnic group, according to a detailed report released Monday by the advocacy group Human Rights Watch.

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