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The indiscriminate round-up and detention against all immigrants who have been in the country began on Friday April 2, 2014; and has mainly targeted the immigrants living in Eastleigh District of Nairobi, a neighborhood largely dominated by Somalis and Oromo immigrants.
Ignoring past criticism, the Kenyan government has repeated orders for refugees living in the country to return to designated camps.
The suspension of four senior figures in the Kenyan judiciary who have been accused of corruption has further damaged deteriorating public confidence in the country's court system.
The Nairobi all share rallied a further 0.6488% to close at a fresh record high as it has every session since Friday.
The deportations are part of a massive security operation being carried out by Kenyan police in Somali neighborhoods of Nairobi.
UNHCR is concerned over the arrest and detention of over one thousand refugees and asylum seekers who were rounded up during counter-terrorism operations launched by Kenyan security forces in Nairobi since 4 April 2014 targeting undocumented foreigners.
Shipowner liability is on the horizon as the Nairobi International Convention on the Removal Wrecks will enter into force on 14 April 2015 following the deposit, on 14 April 2014, of an instrument of ratification by Denmark, with the International Maritime Organization .
How the continent's many obstacles, from widespread poverty to failed states, allowed African entrepreneurs to beat the West at reinventing money for the mobile age First World problem: Splitting dinner with friends, we do the dance of the seven credit cards.
Use of video surveillance to better understand essential hygiene behavior has been pioneered by researchers.
A former housekeeper sued a Kenyan consular official this week alleging she took her passport, told her not to leave the house without permission and paid her a fraction of what she was promised after bringing her to work in Los Angeles.
Lindsey Stirling is coming to Boston this summer. The dub-step violinist is perhaps most famously known as the "dancing violinist."
AS WELL as a cheque for $700, a knowing look passed between Hassan Bashir and Bashir Mohamed, his 80-year-old father.
OPENING up of the Nairobi Securities Exchange ownership to the public looks set to be completed before end of the year.
A low-cost empowerment program for adolescent girls in Kenyan slums sharply curtails rape and sexual harassment of these girls, who live in an environment where women have low status and are frequently attacked, a large new study shows.
It is reported that Kenya is set to begin the Mombasa-Nairobi standard gauge railway construction as soon as funds needed to start the project are released by China from a loan deal that should be finalized next month.
Simply washing your hands can reduce the reduce respiratory illnesses, such as colds, in the general public by 21 percent, cut the number of people who get sick with diarrhea by 31 percent and lower diarrheal illness in people with weakened immune systems by 58 percent, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.