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Topic - Henry Kosgey
Morocco's police have broken up a terror cell led by a member of al Qaeda's North African branch that was setting up a base in the disputed Western Sahara, the official news agency MAP said.
The International Criminal Court's prosecutor named six Kenyan leaders Wednesday as the purported orchestrators of violence after the country's 2007 election that left more than 1,000 people dead.
Henry Kosgey said he did not do anything wrong, but he nevertheless wrote to Kenya's president and prime minister Tuesday to offer to "step aside," a euphemism Kenyan politicians use to mean resign.