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Woman battles to help girls who trade sex for food

20 October 2014, 09:48

A 12-year-old girl agreed to take a boiled egg in exchange of sex at a drinking den.

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Five Al Shabaab militants killed, car bomb recovered

20 October 2014, 09:48

A Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) spokesman says soldiers attached to Amisom killed five suspected Al Shabaab bombers attempting to cross into Kenya from Ethiopia in a car carrying explosives and six suicide vests.

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Government to decide on Lamu curfew Tuesday

19 October 2014, 18:15

Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Ole Lenku has said government security agencies are deliberating on whether to lift or extend the ongoing dusk-to-dawn curfew in Lamu.

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Rare white rhino dies at Ol Pejeta

19 October 2014, 07:19

One of the last northern white rhinos on the planet has died in Ol Pejeta reserve, leaving the sub-species on the verge of extinction.

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Ebola is 'disaster of our generation'

19 October 2014, 07:19

Aid agency Oxfam said Ebola could become the "definitive humanitarian disaster of our generation", as US President Barack Obama urged against "hysteria" in the face of the growing crisis.

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Bishops revise document on gays, expect approval

18 October 2014, 16:38

Catholic bishops predicted widespread approval of a revised document laying out the church's position on gays, sex, marriage and divorce, saying the report is "balanced," ''positive" and "open."

Police officer shot dead in Garissa

18 October 2014, 16:38

Unknown gunmen killed a police officer in Liboi border while heading home from a local mosque.

Ebola battle being lost

18 October 2014, 09:57

The World Bank warned the fight to stop Ebola was being lost, as the UN pleaded for more money to combat the escalating epidemic and global travel fears mounted.

Organised gangs in Kibera hired by politicians, business people

18 October 2014, 09:40

Kibera slum has six organised criminal groups some of whom were hired by politicians and business people to disrupt rallies, rob business rivals and commit other atrocities.

MCA released on bail for impregnating schoolgirl

18 October 2014, 09:23

Bumula Ward MCA, Henry Nyongesa, was released on a cash bail of KES 40 000 or a surety of KES 150 000 after denying charges of impregnating a schoolgirl and later helping her to procure an abortion.

DPP in bullish mood over Anglo Leasing cases

17 October 2014, 18:25

The Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko is in bullish mood over Anglo Leasing cases, saying they will be thoroughly investigated.

Commercial fish farming boosts Kenyan farmers

17 October 2014, 16:18

After going through seven years of repeated low maize and bean yields, John Kabiru, a farmer in Nakuru County, sought a solution; fish farming.

Jubilee MPs will force Kenya out of ICC

17 October 2014, 16:18

A group of MPs says it will force Kenya out of the Rome Statutes due to what they term as disrespect from the ICC.

KES 8 B Karen land now under Police watch

17 October 2014, 14:31

The controversial KES 8 billion piece of land in Karen Nairobi that has caused plenty of noise is now under police custody.

Nakuru’s Bondeni residents dismiss security report

17 October 2014, 14:31

Residents of Nakuru’s Bondeni slum and local leaders have jointly rubbished a report by Security Research and Information Centre that classified the area as leading crime spot in Kenya.

Government dimisses Catholic fears over tetanus vaccine

17 October 2014, 13:19

The government has said a tetanus vaccination campaign was entirely safe and would save children's lives, dismissing claims by the Roman Catholic church it makes women infertile.

Graduates ask govt to create job opportunities

17 October 2014, 13:19

A group of university graduates in Kiambu County have asked government to fulfill its pledge of creating more job opportunities for the youth.

Police detonate yet another Mandera explosive

17 October 2014, 11:31

Police have detonated an explosive in Mandera, a few days after one went off and nearly injured the Governor Ali Roba.

Prof. Mazrui to be buried on Sunday

17 October 2014, 10:10

The family of the late Kenyan scholar, Professor Ali Mazrui has confirmed that his body will arrive at the Mombasa International Airport on Sunday for burial.

KQ has no immediate plans to resume West Africa flights

17 October 2014, 08:24

Kenya Airways said it has no immediate plans to resume flights to West African countries where more than 4,000 people have been killed due to Ebola outbreak.

Doctors call on govt to increase efforts to tackle Ebola

17 October 2014, 07:19

Doctors have called on the government to increase its level of preparedness to deal with the Ebola virus, which has claimed more than 4,000 lives in West Africa.

Interpol issues arrest warrant for Kenya's ivory kingpin

17 October 2014, 07:19

The International Police Organisation (Interpol) has issued a warrant to arrest Mombasa businessman Feisal Ali Mohammed, suspected dealer in poaching syndicate in East Africa region.

Kenya arrests leader of separatist coastal movement

16 October 2014, 19:50

Kenyan police arrested the leader of a separatist movement seeking independence for the country's Indian Ocean coast regions.

Kimaiyo given 2 weeks to end Lamu curfew

16 October 2014, 17:30

The Law Society of Kenya will sue Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo if the curfew in Lamu is not lifted.

Shock as 8 schoolgirls found pregnant

16 October 2014, 15:45

Parents and teachers of Tunya Primary School in Bungoma County have been shocked by the news that eight girls have been found pregnant.

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