The plan to open Kalobeyei refugee camp, which will host a majority South Sudanese population, contrasts with the government's threats to close the decades-old Dadaab camp, which is home to hundreds of thousands of Somalis.
Kenya's government offered amnesty to men who went to fight with Al Shabab in Somalia and want to return home. But in communities like Nairobi's Eastleigh neighborhood, wariness overrides a rush to welcome them.
Supporters of President Uhuru Kenyatta sang "Uhuru is finally free" across Nairobi on Friday, praising The Hague's decision to end its case against him. But not all Kenyans were happy with the court’s announcement.