Nairobi, Kenya Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Around 25 Kenyan police killed in al Shabaab attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    NAIROBI: Al Shabaab gunmen killed around 25 Kenyan police on Monday, ambushing some officers in a village in the east of the country after others died when their vehicle hit a landmine planted by the militants, their military spokesman said. "We took all their weapons.

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  2. At least 20 Kenyan police killed in suspected al-Shabaab attackRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    At least 20 Kenyan police officers have been killed in an ambush by suspected al Shabaab gunmen in a village in the eastern county of Garissa , Kenyan media reported on Tuesday. The Standard and Daily Nation newspapers said on their websites the officers were killed in Yumbis village, 70 km north of the town of Garissa , on Monday evening and four of their vehicles burnt as they went to the rescue of colleagues wounded when their vehicle hit a landmine earlier in the day.

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  3. Bay Area Actress Helps Boy From African Slum Find His DreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NBC Bay Area

    "One chance, one goal." It's a slogan that wafts through Kibera, the three-square-mile urban slum in the city of Nairobi, Kenya.

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  4. Emir endorses cabinet decisionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Peninsula

    Doha: Emir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani yesterday endorsed cabinet decision No. 25 of 2015 expropriating some real estate for the public interest.

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  5. Rwanda drug dealers arrestedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Uburenganzira

    The trio identified as Javier Desire Ndisabiye, Sostene Izibyayo and Eric Rukundo were handed over to Rwandan authorities by their Kenyan counterparts on authorities this May at the Kigali international airport. Police spokesperson, Chief Supt.

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  6. Kenya: Garden City Mall Opens ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AllAfrica.com

    Garden City Mall will open on May 28 as phase one of the eagerly anticipated 32-acre mixed-use project on Thika Highway nears completion. Once complete, the first phase of the mall will consist of 33,000 square metres of retail space including 120 local and international brands spread across three levels, with the first floor anchored by Game, the flagship store in Kenya for this retail giant which is part of the Walmart Group, alongside Nakumatt Supermarket, Tile & Carpet, and Victoria Courts.

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  7. How An Entrepreneur In Kenya Helped Bring Pizza To The MassesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Forbes.com

    I'm a London-based journalist telling stories about entrepreneurial eco-systems and the people who make up the most vibrant parts of them, in established and emerging markets. The intersection of modern culture, world events and great ideas fascinates me, particularly when they culminate in subtle, or significant shifts in society.

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  8. Kenya's anti-graft body says two ministers should be chargedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AlertNet

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  9. ADVISORY-Package of stories on domestic workersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AlertNet

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  10. Africa: How African Gov'ts Lose U.S.$50 Billion in Tax FraudRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AllAfrica.com

    Every year, African countries lose over US$50 billion in Illicit Financial Flows , according to a new study by a High Level Panel that was chaired by former South African President Thabo Mbeki. By definition, IFF are financial resources that countries lose in form of illegal activities such as tax evasion, corruption, unfavorable taxation agreements, money laundering, to mention but a few.

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  11. Kenya: Police Service to Begin Using Safaricom's Integrated Communication SolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AllAfrica.com

    The National Police Service is set to begin using the integrated communications solution deployed by Safaricom which harnesses data in real-time to respond to various security issues. This follows the hand-over of the first phase of the National Surveillance, Communication and Control System for Nairobi and Mombasa to President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday May 23. "I am pleased by the rapid progress that has been made in making this initiative a reality.

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  12. Kenya: Repatriation of Dadaab Camp's Somali Refugees to ContinueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AllAfrica.com

    The Department of Refugee Affairs on Friday said it had repatriated 2,020 refugees from Dadaab Camp in an ongoing pilot phase. Acting Commissioner for Refugees Affairs Haron Komen told a news conference that the repatriation process of the 600,000 refugees was halted due to rains but will resume the coming week with expectations that a caravan of 200 refugees will be returned to Somalia.

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  13. Tennis coaches attend ITF course in NairobiRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | IPPMEDIA

    Two Tanzania tennis coaches Hassan Kassim and Kiango Kipingu are attending a two week International Tennis Federation level two coaching course in Nairobi. Kissim said the course has been organised by ITF and if they qualifies it will make the number of level two coaches in the country to be four, currently Nicholas Jonas and Majuto Majaliwa are the only coaches with ITF qualification.

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  14. KCA-U and Lions register first league winsRead the original story

    Sunday May 24 | Basketball in Africa

    Kenya College of Accountancy- University and Lions finally registered their first wins in the women and men premier leagues on saturday respectively. After four winless games each, KCA-U beat Mennonite 41-29 on Saturday at Nyayo National Stadium gymnasium while Lions won 61-47 away to Nakuru Club.

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  15. Nson helps Aviation college notch first season winRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Basketball in Africa

    Abel Nson was the catalyst that Nairobi Aviation College needed to end their winless run this season, his arrival inspiring the students to a 82-63 win over Kenya Airports Authority on Sunday. The men's premier league game played at the Nyayo National Stadium gymnasium saw Aviation take a deserved 38-28 lead at halftime.

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  16. Lions set to end losing streakRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Basketball in Africa

    Victor Ochieng of Lions beats his opponent Felix Omondi of Mennonites in a league match. The team is away in Nakuru where they hope to win their first match.

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  17. Nigerian airlines cancel flights amid fuel crisisRead the original story

    Sunday May 24 | Hometown Annapolis

    Nigerian airlines grounded flights Saturday and radio stations were silenced as a months-long fuel shortage aggravated by striking oil tanker drivers worsened in Africa's biggest oil producer. Vehicles also were grounded.

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  18. Diagnostic tool unveiled to boost war against cholera in AfricaRead the original story

    Sunday May 24 | Xinhuanet

    The war against cholera across Sub- Saharan Africa received a new impetus Sunday with the unveiling of a diagnostic innovation to help detect pathogens that cause the deadly disease. A team of Canadian and African scientists, who developed the "Flocked Swab", said it will strengthen Cholera diagnosis to help minimize infections and deaths in resource poor settings across Africa.

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  19. Salvadorans rejoice as slain Archbishop Romero beatifiedRead the original story

    Sunday May 24 | West Hawaii Today

    Archbishop Oscar Romero was beatified by Roman Catholic officials Saturday in an emotional ceremony elevating the once-controversial cleric to the ranks of the blessed 35 years after his assassination. Underneath a rainbow halo ringing the sun, Cardinal Angelo Amato, the prefect of the Vatican's saint-making office, called on the crowd of some 260,000-plus to rejoice in a "feast of peace, fraternity and forgiveness."

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  20. When Kenyan Children's Lives Hang on a DripRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Inter Press Service

    Prof Grace Irimu shows IPS a drip feed bag and a copy of Kenya's 'Basic Paediatric Protocols' as she explains the importance of intravenous treatment in saving the lives of young children affected by acute watery diarrhoea. Credit: Miriam Gathigah/IPS - Acute watery diarrhoea is a major killer of young children but misunderstanding over the benefits of fluid treatment is preventing many Kenyan parents from resorting to this life-saving technique and threatening to reverse the strides that the country has made in child health.

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