Kenyan ICC Suspects Want Trial Date Moved

The four post-election violence suspects have asked the court to postpone their trial dates, citing the prosecution's delay in disclosing evidence.



  • Kenya:   Deputy Prime Minister Requests to be Tried Via Video

    Capital FM, 14 February 2013

    Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta now wants to be allowed to take part in his trial at the International Criminal Court through video link "on a regular basis." Read more »

  • Kenya:   Judges Want Two Chambers

    The Star, 14 February 2013

    ICC judges have requested the court's presidency to constitute two chambers to hear the cases facing four Kenyans at The Hague. Judge Kuniko Ozaki says the Trial Chamber will… Read more »

  • Kenya:   NCCK Warns Uhuru Ruto Over Hague

    The Star, 14 February 2013

    THE National Council of Churches of Kenya, yesterday warned that it will be difficult for Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and his running mate William Ruto to run the… Read more »

Deputy prime minister Uhuru Kenyatta has requested the International Court to be allowed to attend his trial via video link (file photo).

  • Kenya:   Can Kenya Get it Right at the Polls?

    Daily Trust, 14 February 2013

    Kenya, considered to be East Africa's biggest economy, will on March 4, hold general elections that will see the emergence of a president, senators, county governors, members of… Read more »

  • Kenya:   Politicians Attend Hague Hearing Via Video

    The Star, 13 February 2013

    DEPUTY Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and his Jubilee Coalition running-mate William Ruto have opted to attend tomorrow's pre-trial hearing via video-link instead of traveling to… Read more »

  • Kenya:   Uhuru Is Wrong, Needs the West

    The Star, 12 February 2013

    It is unfortunate and tragic for Uhuru Kenyatta and his running mate William Ruto are misleading Kenyans about Kenya's role in the community of nations, its relations and foreign… Read more »


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