The Kenyan police intervention in Haiti has been suspended until October 24. A Kenyan court of justice made this decision on Monday, October 9. Last week, the United Nations Security Council approved a one-year mandate for a multinational intervention force in Haiti, led by Kenya. Nairobi intends to send 1,000 police officers there by the end of the year to assist the country in combating gangs. However, a petition filed by the opposition party, the Third Way Alliance, convinced the High Court of Milimani in Nairobi that certain issues needed to be clarified first.