Counting has begun in Kenya's elections. Initial results indicate the country's former finance minister, Uhuru Kenyatta has edged ahead of his rival Raila Odinga. Less violence has been reported than in 2007.
As Kenyan authorities continue the search for those responsible for last week's Garissa massacre, students in Nairobi paid their respects to the dead and called on the government to improve national security.
One week after the Garissa massacre, the death toll is still rising. In neighboring Somalia residents are claiming they are being 'collectively punished' by Kenyan counter-terrorism measures.
Kenyans are remembering the victims of this week's massacre at Easter ceremonies on the first of three days of national mourning. President Kenyatta has called on the country to unite in the face of terrorism.
Kenya has carried out air strikes on al-Shabab Islamist militants in neighboring Somalia. This was the first major military response to last week's attack on a university that killed almost 150 people.