President Uhuru Kenyatta wants to delay or alter his International Criminal Court trial for crimes against humanity, set for November.
How many really died? Why no mugshots of militants? Where are the hostages? Why no blow-by-blow? Why no clear information from Kenyatta?
As police scour the rubble in Nairobi's Westgate mall, analysts warn that the country will be vulnerable to future attacks unless security policies are changed.
Dozens of people were dead and others buried in rubble on Tuesday following four days of fighting in a shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya. While the country mourns the dead, investigators continue their work to identify the attackers.
Five East African nations want the International Criminal Court to allow Kenya's VP to miss some of his court dates in order to fulfill governing duties.
Deputy President William Ruto of Kenya said he is not responsible for 'organizing and coordinating' local gangs that killed some 1,300 in 2007 and 2008.
Kenya's William Ruto is the highest sitting official to face the International Criminal Court (ICC). He and President Uhuru Kenyatta are charged with instigating violence that left 1,300 dead.
But indicted President Kenyatta and Vice President Ruto say they will still appear before the ICC.
Kenyan court's landmark 2-1/2 year sentence is a major shift from the small fines that ivory smugglers have faced in the past.
Obama has affirmed his African family roots. But with Kenya's leaders facing ICC trials this fall, a trip to Nairobi was probably a non-starter.