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Collection of images depicting 10 years of Kenya's political upheaval during the disputed general election in 2007 and the hotly contested 2017 election.
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Demonstrations in Kenya
Demonstrations in Kenya

Residents hold election reforms demonstrations at Kondele roundabout in Kisumu County on October 11, 2017.

Demonstrations in Kenya
Demonstrations in Kenya

Residents hold election reforms demonstrations at Kondele roundabout in Kisumu County on October 11, 2017.

Demonstrations in Kenya
Demonstrations in Kenya

Residents hold election reforms demonstrations at Kondele roundabout in Kisumu County on October 11, 2017.

Kenya election protests
Kenya election protests

NAIROBI, KENYA - AUGUST 12: Kibera area residents painted messages on the road promoting peace. Opposition supporters clashed against Kenyan police forces in the Kibera slum on August 12, 2017 in Nairobi, Kenya. Demonstrations turned violent in some areas throughout Kenya after Uhuru Kenyatta was named to his second term in Kenya's 2017 presidential election.

Ambulance in Kibera
Ambulance in Kibera

Nairobi, Kenya - An ambulance owned by the Kenya Red Cross ferries the injured and the deceased along the streets of Kibera on August 12th, 2017. A day after the Independent Election and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) announced Uhuru Kenyatta as the winner of the 2017 Kenya presidential elections, riots rocked parts of Nairobi and Kisumu including the slum of Kibera which is an opposition stronghold after Raila Odinga disputed the results of the elections.

Riot Police in Kibera
Riot Police in Kibera

Security forces approach a site as supporters of the opposition candidate Raila Odinga stage a protest against the election results in the slum neighborhood of Kibera of Nairobi, Kenya on August 12, 2017. Protests began after a press conference by opposition leader Raila Odinga during which the presidential candidate rejected preliminary results released by the electoral commission saying there was massive rigging. Kenyans went to the polls on Tuesday to vote in a new government.

Kenya election protests
Kenya election protests

NAIROBI, KENYA - AUGUST 12: Kibera area residents look on as opposition supporters gather as they clashed against Kenyan police forces in the Kibera slum on August 12, 2017 in Nairobi, Kenya. Demonstrations turned violent in some areas throughout Kenya after Uhuru Kenyatta was named to his second term in Kenya's 2017 presidential election.

Kenya Unrest
Kenya Unrest

A woman and her baby await poilce escort back to their ancestral land in Naivasha,Kenya 29 January 2008 as they flee post election violence that has killed over 1000 people and left over 500,000 displaced.

Man in hospital
Man in hospital

Man at a Naivasha hospital with injuries on the head

Man Beaten
Man Beaten

A Luo man (opposition supporter) is hacked by Kikuyu men (president Kibaki supporters) in Huruma slums 20 January 2008 during new inter-ethnic violence in Kenya.

Teargas
Teargas

Opposition supporters retreats while engulfed by teargas smoke in Mathare on January 17, 2008 in Kenya. International mediators have attempted to unlock political gridlock in the East African nation, which has lost 600 people in severe post-election violence amid allegations that the incumbent president manipulated the December elections.

Writing on the wall
Writing on the wall

Writing on the wall against Police brutality

Man Beaten
Man Beaten

A Kikuyu man is beaten by opposition supporters in Mathare Slums Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2008. Police fired tear gas and bullets to disperse protesters in several Kenyan cities Wednesday at the start of three days of opposition rallies that threatened to plunge the nation's streets back into post election violence.

A Silhouette of Man engulfed by Teargas
A Silhouette of Man engulfed by Teargas

A silhoutte of man engulfed by teargas smoke during protests in Mathare Slums Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2008 . Police fired tear gas and bullets to disperse protesters in several Kenyan cities Wednesday at the start of three days of opposition rallies that threatened to plunge the nation's streets back into post election violence.

Young Boy
Young Boy

Young boy looking through the fence at an IDP camp

Food Distribution
Food Distribution

The scramble of food being given by Red Cross

Man Injured
Man Injured

Man injured on the streets during the post election violence

Burning Houses
Burning Houses

Burning houses during the post election violence in 2007

Kenya Unrest
Kenya Unrest

Supporters of presidential candidate Raila Odinga scramble away from a batton wielding Kenyan policeman after they set fire to some houses at the Mathare slum in Nairobi, 30 December 2007, three days after Kenyans went to the polls to elect a new President. Kenyan police shot dead Sunday five people demonstrating against President Mwai Kibaki's re-election as angry supporters of defeated opposition leader Raila Odinga went on the rampage in major cities.

Killings
Killings

Man killed on the streets during the post election violence in Kenya

Man Beaten
Man Beaten

Man seriously beaten up during the 2007 post election violence in Kenya

Kenyan Police
Kenyan Police

A Kenyan policeman holds his weapon and shouts for help at the site where supporters of presidential candidate Raila Odinga set fire to a block of houses and stores at the Mathare slum in Nairobi, Kenya 30 December 2007, three days after Kenyans went to the polls to elect a new President. After much uncertainty Mwai Kibaki was re-elected as president of Kenya, according to full results released Sunday by the electoral commission on public television. Kibaki's opponent Raila Odinga has accused Kibaki of stealing the victory through systematic fraud in the tallying process. Boniface MWANGI

Police Beat up a Woman
Police Beat up a Woman

A supporter of presidential candidate Raila Odinga scramble away from a batton wielding Kenyan policeman after they set fire to some houses at the Mathare slum in Nairobi, 30 December 2007, three days after Kenyans went to the polls to elect a new President. Kenyan police shot dead Sunday five people demonstrating against President Mwai Kibaki's re-election as angry supporters of defeated opposition leader Raila Odinga went on the rampage in major cities.

Rowdy Youth
Rowdy Youth

A supporter of Presidential candidate Raila Odinga (R) is beaten by two supporters of Presidential candidate Mwai Kibaki (C) and (L) during a street fight in the Mathare neighborhood of Nairobi, Kenya 29 December 2007. Opposition leader Raila Odinga led incumbent Mwai Kibaki in Kenya's tight presidential race Saturday, but delays in the tallying raised suspicions of rigging and sparked nationwide riots. Angry Odinga supporters went on the rampage in Nairobi and across the country, looting and burning.

Kenya Elections
Kenya Elections

A man protests ,27 Dec 2007, in Kibera, Nairobi the omission of their names from the voters register as Kenya held their general elections. Kenyans flocked to the polls today in the nation's closest-ever presidential race, with the ageing incumbent and a fiery opposition leader neck-and-neck and tensions simmering over alleged fraud. Mwai Kibaki, 76, is seeking a second term, boasting a solid economic record and continued stability, while former political prisoner Raila Odinga, 62, aims to clinch the job that has eluded him and his father for so long.