An opposition supporter yells out as he is beaten with a wooden club by riot police while trying to flee, during a protest in downtown Nairobi, Kenya Monday, May 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
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Kenya's police chief ordered an internal investigation Tuesday a day after officers were seen viciously beating an unresponsive fallen protester as they broke up demonstrations.Kenyatta beat Odinga by more than 800,000 votes to win the presidency in 2013 .The election nonetheless passed off peacefully, in contrast to the country's disputed 2007 elections which degenerated into fierce inter-ethnic violence that killed more than 1,100 people after Odinga's supporters challenged his defeat by Mwai Kibaki.The next election is shaping up as a rematch of 2013, with 71-year-old Odinga aiming to unseat Kenyatta, 54 .
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