The international criminal court has postponed the trial of Kenya's president on charges he orchestrated violence after his country's 2007 elections.
The court said it would instead hold a hearing on 5 February – the day Uhuru Kenyatta's trial was due to have started – into a request by prosecutors for a three-month adjournment in the case and a request by the president to have the case thrown out altogether.
The delay is the latest setback in the case against Kenyatta, who insists he is innocent of all charges against him.