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At around 4am on Friday 10 May 2013, while members of the newly elected Kenyan government were tucked warmly in their beds, about 400 families were violently evicted from their homes.
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Former Trade and Industry minister Mukhisa Kituyi yesterday said nobody from western or central province lobbied for him to be the Secretary General of the UN trade and development body.
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A suspect in a piracy case yesterday told a Mombasa court that he was not the man in photographs used as exhibits in his case Mohamud Abdi, told the court that the photographs were of different people since none of them was clad in his usual military-like uniform.
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Kenya's nominees for cabinet secretary positions, who include an unprecedented number of women-6 out of 18-will undergo a grueling public vetting process by the Parliamentary Committee on Appointments.
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Patients at Kenya's only psychiatric hospital are often confined and immobilized using drugs that put them in a comatose-like state, factors that may have led to the recent escape of 40 male patients, an advocacy group said Friday.
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PRESIDENT Jomo Kenyatta and his successor President Daniel arap Moi grabbed 17 percent of white owned land after independence, according to the TJRC report released on Tuesday.
The judiciary yesterday started the construction of two more courts at the Kisii law courts.
Whether in Oklahoma or Dhaka, emergencies test the fabric of the community and attest to the importance of citizen engagement.
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta inspects the honour guard before the opening of the 11th Parliament at the National Assembly Chamber in the capital Nairobi, April 16, 2013.
NAIROBI Ruth Achieng, one of 40 HIV-positive women planning to sue the Kenyan government for forced or coerced sterilisation, knew nothing about her operation until it was too late.
A schoolboy eats a plate of food provided by the United Nations World Food Programme at the New Hope Kibera Bible Baptist Church Primary School in Nairobi's Kibera slum, June 2, 2009.
NAIROBI Two women sued the Kenyan government on Friday for illegally detaining them in hospital for not paying their bills a long-standing practice in Kenya despite a government policy of waiving the charges for poor patients.
NAIROBI Four-year-old Geoffrey is the height of an 18-month-old toddler. Severely stunted, he suffers from chronic malnutrition and tuberculosis.
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The Kenyan government has reopened registration of asylum seekers mainly from Somalia after six months of closure, the UN refugee agency said in its latest update for Somalia on Thursday.
Traveling halfway around the world to help the sick and injured wasn't exactly what Meloney Black had in mind when she started her coursework at Chamberlain College of Nursing.
THE county government of Nairobi has ordered Equity Bank to relocate its City Hall branch.