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Kenya's national broadcaster KTN reported the death toll on Monday following two days of violence across the African nation, from Nairobi's shantytowns to the tourist-friendly coast.
Earlier, media reports said 46 bodies were taken overnight to a morgue in the western Kenyan city of Kisumu -- its third largest city and a bastion of defeated opposition challenger Raila Odinga.
Police fired warning shots and tear gas at opposition protesters in Nairobi on Monday, a day after President Mwai Kibaki was controversially returned to power.
Several officers, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals, said they were ordered to shoot to kill to halt the violence.
However, a government spokesman insisted that no such order was given, AP reported.
The streets of the Kenyan capital were almost deserted Monday as the government deployed riot police to quell opposition supporters, some of whom said they would risk death to protest what they called a stolen election.