FROM Mark Bellamy
Post-Election Violence in Kenya Grows Kenya appeared to be an island of stability in Africa until this weekend's contested presidential election. Since then, some 260 people have died since election officials claimed that President Mwai Kibaki was re-elected over the heavily favored challenger, Raila Odinga . What does the unrest mean for Africa as a whole and America's interests? Among the duties of Mark Bellamy, who was US Ambassador to Kenya from 2003 to 2006, was directing counterterrorism programs in the Horn of Africa.
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