Briefing

FLASH POINT

Kenya at War with Itself It began with a disputed election that sparked ethnic violence. On Jan. 29, the killing of an opposition lawmaker led to still more bloodshed. Kofi Annan can get the two candidates to meet, but who will control their henchmen?

'For every one Kikuyu killed, we shall avenge their killing with three.' ANTHONY MWANGI, a Kikuyu, one of hundreds of Kenyans armed with machetes, clubs and rocks who are threatening members of rival tribes

WHO'S WHO

1 MWAI KIBAKI He allegedly rigged the vote, but Kibaki brushes aside any talk of conceding the election.

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