Kenya and the International Criminal Court have agreed on a new deadline to set up a special tribunal to try the ringleaders of post-election violence.
Kenyan ministers promised to establish the tribunal by July 2010 and in the meantime provide the ICC with the details of their investigations.
An ICC spokesman said ministers also promised to refer the case to the ICC if they failed to establish a tribunal.
About 1,500 people were killed in violence following the 2007 elections.
Chief mediator Kofi Annan had warned the Kenyan government he would hand over a list of suspects to the ICC if Nairobi failed to form the tribunal before the end of August 2009.
Mr Annan, the former UN secretary-general, brokered a power-sharing deal last year to end the violence.
ICC chief prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo told the BBC he was satisfied with the new agreement.
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