Kenya’s prime minister blasted Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe today, saying it would set a dangerous precedent for the African Union to accept him as "a duly elected president," the BBC reports. "They should suspend him and send peace forces to Zimbabwe to ensure free and fair elections," Raila Odinga said at the AU summit.
The meeting in Egypt has been overshadowed by Mugabe’s re-election after what has been condemned as an unfair vote. Analysts point to recent developments in Kenya—where Odinga was installed as PM in a power-sharing deal after ethnic violence followed a disputed election—could point the way for Zimbabwe. (Read more Zimbabwe stories.)