Kofi Annan has announced that a deal could be struck between 48 to 72 hours. There is a media blackout on the talks, and they have been moved to a secret location to ensure confidentiality. All parties have been urged not to discuss negotiation issues outside the negotiating room.
Five foreign diplomats have warned that any party sabotaging the Annan-led mediation talks would earn the wrath of the international community.
One thing that is definite is that there will not be a recount of votes.
I share Sir Ken's sentiments on power sharing.
As we talk ceasefire and peace, let us commit ourselves to eliminating the injustices and disparities in wealth that is all too evident everywhere. Then we can begin to walk towards sustainable peace and nationhood.
The United Nations believes that the number of displaced has reached 600,000. This is tragic.
Here is a snapshot of the situation in some of the worst spots hit by post election violence.
Dorothy Kweyu argues that respect for the constitution, should start with the custodians.
Charles Mwanguhya says that the question everyone should be addressing: will stability be achieved in the face of such blatant intransigence by Mr Kibaki despite abundant evidence that this election was flawed.
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African safari airways resumes UK charter flights, as things have been calm at the coast since December 30th.
UN postal body has cancelled its congress in Kenya.
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