Loser in Kenya's presidential election refuses to concede

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Kenyans went to the polls last week in an election widely hailed as one of the most transparent and peaceful in the nation’s history, a major milestone for a country that has experienced significant post-election violence in past years. But the losing candidate, Raila Odinga, has refused to concede and he may challenge the results in court. Special correspondent Neha Wadekar reports from Nairobi.

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