Medical charity Médecins sans FrontiÃ¨res on Friday accused Kenyan police of forcing families displaced in post-election violence to return home. The group said its workers in western Kenya's Endebess camp on Wednesday saw police move from tent to tent, threatening displaced families to make them leave.
Brutal unrest across Kenya over President Mwai Kibaki's re-election left about 150 people dead on Monday -- some hacked to death -- taking the overall toll to at least 185 killed in four days. Police opened fire on some protesters and looters and many people were killed with machetes as ethnic tensions mounted.
An eruption of fresh violence triggered by Kenya's disputed presidential ballot left more than 100 dead on Monday, after defeated opposition candidate Raila Odinga rejected Mwai Kibaki's re-election. Further clashes were feared as Odinga planned to hold his own alternative inauguration at a mass rally later on Monday.