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Fire Sweeps Through Nairobi Market, Killing 15
Cause of the blaze is under investigation.
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Kenya Plunges Deeper Into Crisis Ahead Of Tomorrow's Vote
By George Obulutsa and Katharine Houreld, Reuters
Hundreds of supporters of opposition leader Odinga took to the streets.
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Millennials May Be About To Shake Up Kenyan Politics
The election could signal the end of an era and usher in generational change.
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Only Raila Odinga Can Give Kenyans The Future They Deserve
Former spokesman for Raila Odinga; former U.N. spokesman under...
With passionate support beyond his ethnic base, opposition presidential candidate Raila Odinga has the strength to truly reform Kenya.
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WHO Sees High Risk From Kenya Cholera Outbreak
The disease is spread by ingesting fecal matter.
Twilight Of The Lunatic Express
April 28, 2017 marked the last-ever journey of the Lunatic Express, 116 years after it was built under the British Empire’s
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Kenyan Medics Say U.S. Health Aid Cuts Will Mean More Abortions
By Neha Wadekar, Reuters
"The impact on millions of women and men will be huge."
Five Questions with Usman Ally, Star of 'Nobodies', 'Veep' and 'Series Of Unfortunate Events'
Based on such a diverse group of projects, it’s obvious why Ally seems to be on the radar of major players in Hollywood.
The Activist Taking On Patriarchy To End Domestic Violence In Kenya
By Hannah McNeish, Women & Girls Hub
Dowry culture and a fixation on reproduction have contributed to violence towards women in African homes. But with legal
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‘Truth Will Never Die’ – More Death Threats For A Kenyan Activist
The GroundTruth Project
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By Kevin D. Grant, The GroundTruth Project NAIROBI – The threats on Boniface Mwangi’s life have been coming for years. But
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Striking Photos Of The Ballet Program Bringing Strength To One Of Africa’s Biggest Slums
Fredrik Lerneryd spent the last year and a half photographing ballet dancers in the Kibera neighborhood of Nairobi.
The Hemingways Nairobi:LuxEcoLiving's #1 Choice for Luxury and Cuisine
Founder and Editor In Chief of LuxEcoLiving and co-founder of ...
It is said in the film, that the lions remain on the hill where Deny's rests in peace. I dedicate this article to my friend
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Company Brings Toilets To Kenya Slums, Turns Waste Into Fertilizer
More than 6 million people in Kenya defecate in the open.
As Goes Manila and Nairobi, So Goes Paris
Managing Director of Risk Cooperative / Co-author of "Global R...
Slum Residents In Kenya Map Their Homes Because Google Can't
These maps help slums get services like electricity and plumbing.
The Ides of April and May: Kenya's "Summer" of Discontent.
Author, Blogger, Manufacturing Executive
Over the last three months, the world has seen a Kenya whose top leadership has once again been implicated in the murder of a vocal critic -- Jacob Juma.
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