The Kenyan opposition asks for a vote re-run [AFP]
Kenyan police are bracing themselves for more violence as protesters prepare to take to the streets for a second consecutive day of demonstrations against the re-election of Mwai Kibaki, the president.
Already 600 people have been killed and half a million have fled their homes.
Raila Odinga, the opposition leader, called for three days of rallies after he failed to persuade Kibaki to step down.

He says last month's elections were rigged.

Meanwhile, people are trying to get back to work amid the country's simmering crisis.

Inside Story asks what lies in store for the East African nation.

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