Twin explosions rock Kenyan city of Mombasa killing three, wounding many

Three people have been killed and several wounded in two explosions in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa, police say. In the deadliest attack, a grenade .....

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‘Dinner with Champions’ tradition at Boston marathon

As the Kenyan elite runners make their way to Boston, many look forward to interacting with their compatriots based in the US and Canada during the ‘Dinner with Champions’ party. They look forward to taking a break from their daily routine to settle down and enjoy a specially made meal of

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Radical Muslim Leader Abubakar Shariff Ahmed Shot Dead In Kenya

A radical Islamic leader who had been sanctioned by the United States and the United Nations for supporting an al-Qaida-linked Somali militant group was assassinated late Tuesday, his lawyer and officials said. The killing by unknown gunmen came as the Kenyan government announced it had begun an operation to stop a

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Blow for President Uhuru Kenyatta as ICC rejects bid to stop trial

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s request to be acquitted of crimes against humanity suffered a major setback Monday after judges threw it out. Instead, they said his trial should open on October 7, 2014 and also ordered the government to release his financial records to International Criminal Court Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda. Ms Bensouda had

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Problem of homosexuality is as serious as terrorism, says Duale

Majority Leader in the National Assembly Aden Duale has described homosexuality as a problem in Kenya on the same scale as terrorism and suggested it should be handled the same way. But he said it is a social problem and religious leaders should first preach against it. Mr Duale also resisted a

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President Salva Kiir’s son arrested in Nairobi for assaulting a family member

South Sudan President Salva Kiir’s son was arrested in Nairobi for assaulting a family member while drunk. He was, however, released from custody by police on Friday without being charged. Nairobi county police commander Benson Kibue said that the suspect  became violent prompting the family to inform the police.  His mother, South Sudan’s

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Muslim preacher Sheikh Abubakar to be paid Sh670,000

Muslim preacher Sheikh Abubakar Shariff Abubakar alias Makaburi, whose outspoken support for Al Shabaab and justification of the Westgate attack has earned him notoriety, was Wednesday awarded Sh670,000 in damages for unlawful detention of his property. Mombasa High Court judge Maureen Odero said the cleric should be paid after his property

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Father smashes 4 month old son to death

When a close relative picked him up and placed him on his lap that fateful Monday morning, baby Calvin Mbugua snuggled closer. He played joyfully as the relative started changing his soiled diapers. Though aged only four months, the baby not only recognised the man but was also drawn by the

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Wife recalls last talk with husband who died in the Likoni church attack

On Sunday morning, her husband had told her they would have to go shopping for the children after church as he was due to go on a long journey. These were the last words Mrs Florence Ochieng’ said she heard from her husband, who died in the Likoni church attack. Mr Bernard

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Kenyan Musician Habida To Work With Tyler Perry

Fresh from signing a publishing deal with South Africa’s Gallo Records, songstress Habida is also taking her acting career to new heights. Apparently, She is set to appear in a new TV series by Insignia. “I am shooting my first series with a production company called insignia run by Phillip Bresson.

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Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta Seeks US Help To Fight Terrorism

The United States of America will support the Kenyan Government to protect and secure its porous borders in the fight against terror. Speaking to the Nation in Mombasa, US Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec said the atrocities committed by the al-Shabaab in the country were a serious security threat that would

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Geoffrey Mogere, caregiver in the US arrested for stealing more than $10,000 in cash from his patient

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Police detonate bomb found near Nairobi’s Eastleigh estate

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Thousands fail to register for national examinations due to a computer glitch

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Ugali Recipe

Known as ugali in Kenya and Tanzania, this starchy, polenta-like side dish goes by different names in sub-Saharan Africa. In Malawi and Zambia it is ... Full story

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From a Whisper

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Independence

The first direct elections for Africans to the Legislative Council took place in 1957. Despite British hopes of handing power to "moderate" African rivals, it ... Full story

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Flora and Fuana

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Freedom Heroes

Ronald Gideon Ngala

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Angel Wainaina

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 must have ended in a crash in a remote part of the Indian Ocean

The Malaysian authorities released new details on Tuesday to buttress their conclusion that Fight 370 must have ended in a crash in a remote part ... Full story

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MARTIN BUREAU Paris' Argentinian midfielder Javier Pastore (right) celebrates with teammates after scoring the UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg football match between Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea, on April 2, 2014 at the Parc-des-Prin
MARTIN BUREAU Paris' Argentinian midfielder Javier Pastore (right) celebrates with teammates after scoring the UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg football match between Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea, on April 2, 2014 at the Parc-des-Prin

Javier Pastore strike puts PSG in control against Chelsea

An early Ezequiel Lavezzi strike and a David Luiz own goal either side of an Eden Hazard penalty for Chelsea had looked set to give ... Full story

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Orie Rogo manduli (right) with her daughter Elizabeth Rogo (centre) and a member of her bridal party moments before her wedding at All Saints Cathedral on March 29, 2014.
Orie Rogo manduli (right) with her daughter Elizabeth Rogo (centre) and a member of her bridal party moments before her wedding at All Saints Cathedral on March 29, 2014.

Orie Rogo-Manduli shines and dazzles during the wedding of her daughter Elizabeth Rogo

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You will never believe how Radio Africa’s JOEL IREGI (the man with the royal voice) looks like

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