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(AP Photo/Ben Curtis) The witnesses say the journalists were tear-gassed and hit with batons Saturday, and their equipment was confiscated or they were ordered to delete content. A Kenyan human rights group says 24 people have been killed by police gunfire during protests since disputed elections on Tuesday.The witnesses spoke on condition of anonymity, fearing reprisals. The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights said Saturday that 17 of the two dozen killings occurred in the capital, Nairobi.Oburu Odinga, brother of opposition leader Raila Odinga, said Saturday that the government of President Uhuru Kenyatta appears to be targeting "particular communities in this country." Oburu Odinga says the government should stop "the random killing of our people." The government says most of Kenya is calm although it accuses what it calls "criminals" of taking advantage of the tense election period to loot and destroy property in several areas.Authorities and witnesses say a dozen people, including a 9-year-old girl, have been fatally shot following the official announcement that Kenyatta won a second term in Tuesday's election. A mortuary official in Kenya's capital says nine bodies with gunshot wounds have been brought to the Nairobi morgue amid post-election violence.
The election commission, which announced President Uhuru Kenyatta as the winner Friday night, has denied the allegation. The Kenyan opposition is harshly criticizing the government amid clashes between police and rioters that have killed a dozen people since the results of a disputed election were announced late Friday.
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Kenya Television Network's political reporter Duncan Khaemba was arrested and held for hours at a police station because he had not carried the permit for his bulletproof vest and helmet. It says the toll is based partly on accounts from family and community members.
The commission, which monitors government institutions, is appealing to senior officials to urge police to stop using live ammunition against civilians.