African Union may also ask United Nations Security Council to postpone Kenya cases.
Those who suffered in Nairobi slum of Kibera encouraged by start of deputy president's case.
Legal experts say that promptly surrendering suspect to The Hague would bolster government’s claims of compliance with ICC investigations.
Despite talk of a mass walk-out, African Union members are not united in opposing the international court, experts say.
Government is under obligation to arrest suspect wanted for bribing witnesses, they say.
Judges unseal arrest warrant for journalist accused of influencing witnesses in case against deputy president.
Ahead of electoral petitions deadline, Kenya’s press continued to be criticised for its reporting of the March general election.
Judges face balancing act between demonstrating understanding during a crisis, and pressing on with trial process.
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