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Kenyan national park sees elephant baby boom
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Kenyan bomb blast survivors slam US-Sudan compensation deal
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Kenya court finds two guilty in deadly Westgate mall attack
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Brigid Kosgei interview after defending her London Marathon title
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Game on in Kenya: Footballers hoping for return
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Kenya scientists try to save rare northern white rhinos
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Meet Kenya's weightlifting Olympian granny
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Jepchirchir runs fastest-ever women's half marathon
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Kenya land dispute: Indigenous Mau removed from forest home
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Jepchirchir runs fastest-ever half marathon in women-only race
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Kenyan communities sue UK over colonial-era land grab
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Westgate attack: Two jailed over Kenyan shopping mall attackThe men are sentenced to 18 and 33 years for helping the attackers of Nairobi's Westgate complex.
Kenyan woman breaks half-marathon recordKenya's Peres Jepchirchir breaks her own world record for a women-only half marathon in Gdynia, Poland.
500 volunteers fighting fire on Africa's tallest mountainNAIROBI, KENYA: Tanzanian authorities say 500 volunteers have been trying to put out a fire on Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's tallest peak. The flames can be seen from miles away. A Tanzania...
Kenya's Maasai Olngesher ceremony: Young men graduate into community eldersEvery 15 years, the Maasai hold the Olngesher ceremony where young men graduate to become community elders.
Kenyan court finds two men guilty for roles in 2013 shopping mall attackNAIROBI (Reuters) - A Kenyan court on Wednesday found two men guilty of helping al Qaeda-linked militants launch a 2013 assault on a Nairobi shopping mall in which gunmen killed at least 67 people. A..
Passengers can now fly to Kenya, Bhutan through 'air bubbles' arrangements, says Civil Aviation MinisterThe deal for international 'air bubbles' has been signed with countries like Maldives, US, UK, Germany, Canada, UAE, France.
Food losses in sub-Saharan Africa hit 4 bln USD annually: FAONAIROBI, Sept. 28 (Xinhua) -- Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on Monday estimated that food losses in sub-Saharan Africa add up to 432 billion Kenyan shillings (about 4..
Coronavirus in Kenya: Pubs to reopen but schools stay shutThe president says pupil safety has to be guaranteed before Covid-19 school restrictions can lift.
Coronavirus corruption in Kenya: Officials and businesspeople targetedMillions of dollars meant for buying Covid-19 medical supplies are alleged to have been misused.
US Tells Kenya to Publicly Support Israel or Forget Free Trade DealThe US wants Kenya to support Israel’s political and commercial interests, or forget a free trade deal (FTA) with the world’s biggest economy. This is one of a raft of conditions set in the ongoing..
Coronavirus in Kenya: From salon to sewer workerSome of those who lost their jobs amid the pandemic are being paid to clean up their neighbourhoods.
U.S. Military Seeks Authority to Expand Counterterrorism Drone War to KenyaDraft rules for potential airstrikes, drawn up after a Shabab attack at a base in January, are said to be limited and would require Kenyan assent.
Doctor told he cannot give blood because of his Kenyan wifeA Kenyan doctor is calling for change in NHS policies to help more black people give blood.
Pandemic puts strain on Kenya's education systemThe virus outbreak has put Kenya's education system under severe strain, forcing some schools to take drastic measures to survive the enforced school closures. (Sept. 4)
Democrats divided over 1998 embassy bombing settlementA proposed settlement for the victims of the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania has divided Democratic members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, but lawmakers are still..
Kenya's Victoria Rubadiri wins BBC World News Komla Dumor awardVictoria Rubadiri is this year's winner of the BBC World News Komla Dumor award.
Letter from Africa: Why Kenyans are no longer cheering their constitutionIt is a time of reflection 10 years after the country was promised a rebirth, writes Waihiga Mwaura.
Big Oil Is in Trouble. Its Plan: Flood Africa With Plastic.Faced with plunging profits and a climate crisis that threatens fossil fuels, the industry is demanding a trade deal that weakens Kenya’s rules on plastics and on imports of American trash.
Coronavirus in Kenya: How it turned classrooms into chicken coopsSome Kenyan private schools have found new sources of income after they were forced to close.
School Nurses, in Short Supply and on the Front LinesFinland, Israel, South Korea, Kenya, and the UK are all preparing for the school year differently.
Rising water levels in Kenya's Great Rift Valley threaten jobs and wildlifeThousands of people have been forced out of their homes by rising water levels in two Kenyan lakes.
At least 8 soldiers dead in blast outside Somali army baseNAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — A car bomb exploded at the gates of a military base in Somalia's capital Saturday, killing at least eight soldiers and wounding 14 others, with the toll expected to rise, police..
Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened TodayNews on school reopenings — and closings — from New York, Chicago, Kenya and beyond.
When Should the US Go to War?The U.S. is the most militarized and warlike nation on earth. Most Americans don’t think of their nation that way. Indeed, stating this fact often generates anger and outrage. However, what other..
Kenya suffers tourism sector decline amid pandemicWith the pandemic hindering travel, few visitors have made the trip to this year, driving tourism-dependent local communities to desperation. (Aug. 1)
Phyllis Omido: The woman who won $12m fighting lead battery poisonersKenyan activist Phyllis Omido has been ignored, harassed and arrested, but she never gave up.
Kenyan police officers arrested after fatal shooting in GarissaTwo people were killed during a protest in Garissa sparked by the arrest of a murder suspect.
Compensation for Embassy Bombing Victims Could Imperil Thaw With SudanA settlement to compensate victims of the 1998 attacks in Kenya and Tanzania would award more money to American embassy employees than the Africans.
Pregnant women at risk of death in Kenya’s COVID-19 curfewVeronica Atieno remembers feeling her way through the dark alleys between the shacks that make up Nairobi’s slums, picking her way past raw sewage and rusty, razor-sharp metal roofing with ......
Papa Shirandula: Kenyan actor Charles Bukeko rememberedThe BBC's Ferdinand Omondi, a former soap actor himself, remembers an infectious comedic talent.
Legacy of Kenyan clan 'branded evil' by colonialistsThe BBC’s Anne Soy travelled to her birthplace to meet clan members in her Kalenjin ethnic community.
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Kenyan 12-year old girl married to two men within a monthAuthorities in Kenya's Narok country rescued the child and are searching for her father and the two men.
Kenya wildlife reserves threatened as tourists stay awayTALEK, KENYA: In the majestic plains of the Maasai Mara, the coronavirus pandemic spells economic disaster for locals who earn a living from tourists coming to see Kenya's abundant wildlife. Even..
Schools to Remain Closed Until 2021Nairobi -- Schools in Kenya will not re-open until 2021 due to fears of COVID-19 infections which has started taking toll in the country. Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha said it..
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Tear gas, arrests as Kenyans protest police brutalityNAIROBI : Kenyan police on Tuesday fired tear gas and detained protesters demanding an end to police brutality. About 100 people took part in demonstrations across the capital, Nairobi. Many Kenyans..
Locusts threaten Kenya's food supply chainA team has travelled by helicopter to one of Kenya's most remote corners to search for desert locusts, which threaten to cut off the nation's food supply if not controlled quickly. (July 4)
Kenyan athlete faces jail for forging medical documentsKenyan marathon runner Florence Jepkosgei Chepsoi is facing a jail term for presenting false medical documents to support her case against doping, the Anti-Doping Agency of Kenya (ADAK) said on..
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'It feels like me winning the Premier League' - Mike Origi on son DivockFormer Kenya international Mike Origi talks about his pride as his son Divock's Liverpool team secures the Premier League title.
Coronavirus in Kenya: Police kill three in motorcycle taxi protestThe police order the arrest of the officers involved, as they come under scrutiny for excessive force.
Preventing a plague: fighting Kenya's locustsLocust-trackers in Kenya are fighting to control the country's worst invasion of locusts for more than 70 years.
After second round of voting, Kenya wins spot on U.N. Security CouncilKenya was elected to the U.N. Security Council on Thursday, defeating Djibouti in a second-round of voting by the 193-member General Assembly after an initial ballot failed to produce a clear winner.
India, Mexico, Norway, Ireland elected to UN Security CouncilThe UN General Assembly elected on Wednesday four new members of the Security Council for 2021 and 2022, with Canada losing out again and the battle for the African seat going to a second round. India,..
Kenya: Police brutality in the battle against coronavirus in MathareIn one of Kenya's poorest settlements, brutal policing of a curfew is causing more problems than Covid-19.
How the search for an out-of-print book led a refugee to build a hit publishing companyPeter Deng came to Australia as a refugee from South Sudan after spending a decade in a Kenyan refugee camp. He has now established an independent book publishing company at the centre of a worldwide..
John Nzenze: The founder of 'Africa's best band'Kenyan John Nzenze, famous for love songs going back to the 1960s, has died aged 80.
Tear gas fired as crowd seizes Kenya pop star's body to halt hasty COVID funeralHundreds of Kenyans defied tear gas and riot police on Friday to carry off the body of a popular singer, trying to prevent a swift burial under rules for suspected coronavirus cases which the crowd..
Kenya arrests three policemen for dragging woman behind motorbikeKenyan detectives have arrested three police officers for allegedly whipping a woman and dragging her along behind a motorbike, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations said on Thursday, after..
Kenyan police arrested after dragging suspect by motorbikeThey accused the Kenyan woman of involvement in a robbery, as another man whipped her.