The government in Nairobi has long threatened to close the doors of Dadaab refugee camp, home to more than 300,000 refugees mainly from neighboring Somalia.
Tuesday's ruling to throw out the case against William Ruto and Kenyan television journalist Joshua arap Sang ends a controversial trial over a wave of violence that occurred after Kenya's 2007 elections.
Kenya's deputy president said homosexuality "violates our religious and cultural beliefs," and that that the country has “no room for gays.”
An electricity transformer exploded Sunday morning at the University of Nairobi campus, causing a stampede by students who feared al Shabaab was attacking the school.
ICC witnesses in Kenya have reported receiving bribery offers and threats of violence from people trying to discredit the court’s judicial efforts.