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Riots broke out in Kenya's opposition stronghold of Kisumu city after a rumor spread about alleged efforts to rig next month's presidential election, a police official said Wednesday.Kenya will hold a repeat presidential election on Oct. 17 after the Supreme Court nullified President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election last month.On Wednesday, a principal member of Odinga's coalition said opposition members of parliament will boycott all parliamentary activity until the new election.
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