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A decision by Kenya's main broadcasters not to air live coverage of a recent opposition rally has highlighted a dilemma facing the media.
Kenya's president has ordered the repossession of land, stretching over 2,000 square kilometres, which he said was taken "under dubious and corrupt circumstances" by 22 companies between 2011 and 2012.
Both camps in Afghanistan's presidential race appear to be wobbling over what was hailed as a landmark agreement to resolve the disputed election.
This follows the launch of the inaugural competition for technical training institutions students who will undergo two weeks training at the Technical University of Kenya.
Nine foreign nationals were charged in a Kenyan court on Thursday with trafficking the biggest ever single seizure of drugs at the Indian Ocean port of Mombasa.
The Sierra Leone football squad has been prevented from traveling to the Seychelles for a weekend African Cup of Nations qualifier because of fears over the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
William Ambaka Ndayara, who weighs a hefty 100 kilograms and stands 1,95 metres tall, first came to prominence after a string of outstanding performances for Kenya at international Sevens level - having made his debut for his country in 2011.
The father of an Australian Al-Jazeera journalist jailed in Egypt said Thursday that he respects the integrity of Egypt's courts but knows his son is the victim of injustice.
Kenyans will soon be aware of their blood donation suitability through an electronically generated short message, as a blood agency readies itself for a digital mechanism of monitoring its blood banks.
A Muslim woman has been shot dead by militant Islamists for refusing to wear a veil, her relatives have claimed.
Hackers and other cybercriminals on the prowl are wreaking havoc in Kenya, threatening to turn the East African country's dream of launching an e-government into a nightmare.
A seed expert from the institute, Dr Joseph Kamau, said six varieties of the seeds had been released at the Coast, three in Nairobi and a host of others are being produced.
Container traffic through Kenya's biggest port grew by 12.8 percent in the first six months of the year after new cargo handling infrastructure was built to shorten the turnaround time for ships.
A mother brings her baby for medical checks and food distribution at a feeding center outside Mandera town, Kenya on November 15, 2007.
SIX nursery school pupils in Ugunja subcounty were rushed to Siaya County Referral Hospital after a wall of one of their unfinished classrooms fell on them.
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