Eyder Peralta Eyder Peralta is an international correspondent for NPR. He was named NPR's Mexico City correspondent in 2022.
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Kenya has a new president after a more transparent — but still contentious — election

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Tigrayan rebels accept ceasefire and say they're ready for peace talks

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Supporters of Kenya's president-elect William Ruto hold posters of him as they gather while waiting for results of Kenya's general election in Eldoret, Kenya, on Monday. Simon Maina/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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There are still no official results in Kenya's presidential election

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Kenyans face a tense wait for the results of Tuesday's presidential election

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The first voters in the Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya, look into one of the many polling rooms at Olympic Primary just minutes before voting commences on Tuesday. Nickolai Hammar/NPR hide caption

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Voters cast their ballots in Kenyan presidential election with low turnout

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With many voters discouraged, turnout was low for Kenya's presidential election

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Kenyan presidential candidate George Wajackoyah on the campaign trail in Mwea, Kenya, on Aug. 5. Nickolai Hammar/NPR hide caption

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In Kenya, promises of marijuana paradise electrify the electorate

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Kenya's pro-pot presidential candidate

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The run up to Kenya's election is messier than normal. Voters wonder if it's for show

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The Ethiopian government has jailed tens of thousands in a countrywide crackdown

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When there's drought, African governments urged to act before there's famine

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A song by reggae star Teddy Afro confronts Ethiopia's prime minister

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Florence Aluoch Odero prepares fish for frying at Migingo Island Hotel, a food stall in Nairobi's Kenyatta Market. Her expenses are soaring due to inflation. Khadija Farah/for NPR hide caption

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The case of the incredible shrinking fritter: A report from Kenya's street stalls

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