This was supposed to be a model for a continent. With a thriving economy and two free, fair elections under its belt, Kenya was praised for largely avoiding the ethnic wars that plagued many of its neighbors. But in less than two weeks, much of that progress appears to have unraveled, and many are expressing concern about the long-term effects -- not only for Kenya, but for the region.
Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times
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