Kenya's political rivals have signed a power-sharing agreement aimed at ending weeks of bloodshed sparked by a disputed presidential election in December.
More than 1,000 people died in the unrest; more than a quarter of a million were displaced.
The agreement came after weeks of negotiations. It creates a prime minster's post for opposition leader Raila Odinga, as well as new cabinet positions.
"We have begun a journey, and on this journey we are going to walk together," Odinga said. "And I can see the light at the end of the tunnel."
Melissa Block talks with New York Times reporter Jeffrey Gettleman, who is in Nairobi.