Kenyans hold up fliers during a 'No' rally called by religious leaders in opposition to the proposed Kenya constitution in the lakeside town of Nakuru on June 27. The rally, attended by Kenya's former President Daniel Moi, is the second since a series of grenade attacks rocked a similar rally in Nairobi on June 13, killing at least six and injuring scores more. The attack is a sharp reminder of the 2007-2008 post-election violence and is generating public tension as campaigns for and against a proposed Kenya constitution heat-up ahead of the August 4 referendum. By Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images.

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