A riot policeman fires a teargas canister to disperse demonstrators during protests to oust Narok county Governor Samuel Tunai in Narok, Kenya, Jan. 26, 2015. (Reuters)
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Kenyan police fired tear gas and water cannon Monday at stone-throwing protesters in Nairobi who had gathered to demand that a body supervising next year's elections resign, a Reuters witness said.The presidential and parliamentary polls are more than a year away but politicians are already lining up for what could be a bruising battle in a nation where violence erupted after the 2007 vote and the opposition disputed the 2013 result.The 2013 vote, which brought President Uhuru Kenyatta to power, proceeded calmly despite the opposition challenge.
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