Rival political parties in Kenya locked in a deadly dispute over December’s elections said Friday they had agreed to take immediate action to end the political and ethnic violence that has ravaged the country. Former UN secretary general Kofi Annan said the two sides signed an agenda covering both short-term fixes and long-term solutions.
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