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Unrest in Kenya following killing of Muslim cleric

Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga called today for the nation to come together to stop religious violence, after two days of deadly rioting sparked by the killing of a radical cleric

Unrest in Kenya following killing of Muslim cleric
A Kenyan policeman walks inside a destroyed church in Kisauni after muslim youths burnt and looted the church on August 29, 2012. Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga called today for the nation to come together to stop religious violence, after two days of deadly rioting sparked by the killing of a radical cleric. (AFP/Getty Images)
Unrest in Kenya following killing of Muslim cleric
A Kenyan police officer walks inside a destroyed church in Kisauni after Muslim youth burnt and looted the church on August 29, 2012. Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga called today for the nation to come together to stop religious violence, after two days of deadly rioting sparked by the killing of a radical cleric. (AFP/Getty Images)
Unrest in Kenya following killing of Muslim cleric
A Kenyan Muslim man looks at his phone as police officers stand guard in the coastal city of Mombasa on August 29, 2012, following two days of deadly rioting. Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga called today for the nation to come together to stop religious violence, after two days of deadly rioting sparked by the killing of a radical cleric. (AFP/Getty Images)
Unrest in Kenya following killing of Muslim cleric
Kenyan police officers walk inside a destroyed church in Kisauni after Muslim youth burnt and looted the church on August 29, 2012. Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga called today for the nation to come together to stop religious violence, after two days of deadly rioting sparked by the killing of a radical cleric. (AFP/Getty Images)
Unrest in Kenya following killing of Muslim cleric
A Kenyan policeman walks inside a destroyed church in Kisauni after Muslim youth burnt and looted the church on August 29, 2012. Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga called today for the nation to come together to stop religious violence, after two days of deadly rioting sparked by the killing of a radical cleric. (AFP/Getty Images)