Paul Gicheru had been accused by ICC prosecutors of running an "egregious and damaging" witness tampering scheme that made it impossible to pursue allegations against President William Ruto.
Kenya maintains excellent relations with all members of the African Union and the United Nations, adding the country has and will continue to strengthen the relations for mutual benefit, said Foreign Affairs Principal Secretary Macharia Kamau.
Nairobi rescinds its recognition of the area controlled by Polisario movement, which seeks independence of Western Sahara from Rabat after President William Ruto meets Moroccan FM Nasser Bourita.
William Ruto, who once sold chickens on the roadside, now faces a daunting task to steer a polarised country gripped by a cost-of-living crisis and punishing drought.
Kenya's top court dismissed all issues challenging the August election results, which delivered victory to William Ruto against challenger Raila Odinga, who had alleged fraud in the poll.
The International Committee of the Red Cross has registered nearly 64,000 cases of disappeared persons in Africa, where there are over 35 active armed conflicts today.
Kenya's president-elect, William Ruto, has called for unity to move the country forward despite his main rival's rejection of the recent election outcome.
Ankara's statement came after both the Ethiopian government and Tigray rebels confirmed a humanitarian truce had been broken following military escalation.
Kipsigis and Talai evicted by British settlers from Kericho – now a major tea-growing region farmed by large multinationals – decide to take their case to European Court of Human Rights and seek London's apology and reparations.
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga Odinga last week described the outcome of the August 9 vote and its handling by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission as a "travesty".
Washington is stepping up to buy about 150,000 metric tonnes of grain from Ukraine, says World Food Program chief and urges Gulf states, who he says are making record-breaking oil profits, to chip in with help.
Veteran politician Raila Odinga has until 1100 GMT on Monday to file a petition at the Supreme Court against last week's presidential election that declared Deputy President William Ruto the winner.
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