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Kenya corruption fuels anger on the streets

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Kenyans are becoming increasingly angry with their politicians as corruption and deepening rifts in the coalition government threaten the country's peace.

International donors have suspended some funding because money is being siphoned off before it reaches the projects it is intended for.

Meanwhile relations between President Mwai Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga are increasingly discordant, but the president says the country is not in crisis.

Will Ross reports from Nairobi.

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