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''Our tribal relations are at stake because of divisive values,'' said Cleophas Malala, director of "Shackles of Doom", a controversial play which the Kenyan government has tried to ban.
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He worked for a mob behind some of Africa's worst atrocities but has been living here in a taxpayer-funded home since 2003 A murderer who admits killing up to 400 people - many in bloody machete attacks - is living in the UK after being granted asylum.
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A man wearing yellow shoes checks his phone in Kibera, Africa's largest slum, in Nairobi, Kenya, in March.
UNITED States International University 'Tigers' face off against Masinde Muliro University of Agriculture and Technology as the Zuku Kenya University Sports Association league throws off this weekend at Nyayo Stadium.
NAIROBI The future of cassava, one of the most climate-resilient crops in Africa, may be under threat because rising temperatures have led to a dramatic increase in the number of whiteflies, tiny insects that spread the deadly cassava brown steak virus.
Ghana have requested to play Uganda in a friendly in a build-up to next month's World Cup qualifiers, according to reports in Kampala.
Uganda's Military Attache to Kenya Brigadier Clovis Kalyebara, , has died at at Nairobi Hospital where he has been bedridden.
But some question whether the country is ready and whether the president's plans can really happen.
County assembly member Karungo wa Thang'wa meets with constituents at a market outside Nairobi every Tuesday as he waits for the government to pay for an office, Kenya.
That's because it is an affordable, reliable solution for people without consistent Internet access.
A soldier of the Somali National Army travels through the streets of Mogadishu, Somalia, in the back of a technical.
A sun halo is seen behind a giraffe at The Giraffe Centre in the Lang'ata suburb of Nairobi, Kenya, on Sept.
An apartment is engulfed by toxic smoke from burning trash at Dandora waste site, one of Africa's biggest garbage dumps, in Nairobi, Kenya Millions of people in developing countries living near toxic waste dumps are facing potentially severe mental and physical health dangers, according to a new study.
In a story May 8 about artisans in Kenya who turn old sandals into art objects, The Associated Press included two paragraphs that closely paralleled the wording of an earlier story on the subject by the Voice of America.