Two people died in clashes in western Kenya after the top court in the nation upheld Uhuru Kenyatta's victory in the presidential election.
The deaths occurred Saturday in Kisumu, the stronghold of his chief rival, Raila Odinga. At least 22 others were hospitalized, the Kenya Red Cross said.
Most of the casualties suffered gunshot wounds, said Abbas Gullet, chief of the local Red CrossFULL STORY
They should make clashes illegal. Those things are dangerous in the wrong hands.
i wonder who would win if the democrates and republicans physically clashed with bullets flyin'...nra republicans...of course
Whoever has the biggest gun, i imagine. They sell them to both parties so it would probably be a draw.