BBC News reports the International Criminal Court (ICC) has warned Kenya's government against leaking information from President Uhuru Kenyatta's case to the media. Kenyatta became the first serving head of state to appear at an ICC hearing earlier this month. He denies charges of crimes against humanity, including inciting violence after Kenya's disputed 2007 polls. But the court says it is concerned over the Kenyan government's ability to ensure confidentiality of the case. In a report released on Tuesday, the ICC's Trial Chamber V specifically referred to the leaking of details of a confidential request from the ICC judges to help freeze or seize President Kenyatta's assets. The request was issued under seal, however, the Kenyan authorities filed public documents in 2013 referring to the request, which Kenyatta's lawyers later apologised for.