Kenyans in peace talks

NAIROBI - Kenyan leaders resumed power-sharing talks yesterday in a bid to end the post-election political crisis in the east African state which sparked communal violence and left more than 1000 people dead.

NAIROBI - Kenyan leaders resumed power-sharing talks yesterday in a bid to end the post-election political crisis in the east African state which sparked communal violence and left more than 1000 people dead.

Chief mediator and former UN secretary general Kofi Annan adjourned the talks on Friday and urged President Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga to give their negotiators clear instructions on the way forward.

The negotiations on a power-sharing deal have stalled on the creation and powers of a would-be prime minister, a position that does not exist in this nation of 37million people. - Sapa

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