The International Criminal Court (ICC) on Friday decided to withdraw charges of crimes against humanity against Kenya's president over his role in post-election violence in 2007.
Last year prosecutors sought for the charges to be dropped, citing political interference and witness intimidation hampering the process.
Prosecutors remain free to re-start a judicial process if new evidence emerges, reported Reuters.
"The Court retains jurisdiction over any interference with a witness or with the collection of evidence," the The Hague said on Friday.
See more here.
Related article: Kenyatta decision marks a 'dark day' for justice says ICC prosecutor (06 Dec 2014)