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Vietnamese national arrested with wildlife trophy

24 July 2014, 22:45

Police questioned a Vietnamese national who was arrested on Wednesday night with two pieces of elephant skin and two teeth of a lion at the main airport.

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Tourist shot dead update: second foreign female in a month

24 July 2014, 21:48

Gunmen killed a tourist on the coast today, police say, second killing of a foreign female in month.

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Mohamed urges Great Lakes to reform education

24 July 2014, 21:48

Foreign Affairs and International Trade Cabinet Secretary, Amina Mohamed, has called on governments in the Great Lakes Region to review education systems.

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US pulls Peace Corps volunteers

24 July 2014, 20:44

Peace Corps pulling more than 50 volunteers out of the country over security fears, officials say.

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Tourist shot dead in Mombasa

24 July 2014, 20:44

A female tourist has been shot dead in Mombasa and her partner injured in the coastal city's old town.

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School property being destructed by learners

24 July 2014, 22:44

School learners all over counties have been destroying school property by setting it alight, resulting in several school closures.

UN allocates funds to Kenya aid operations

24 July 2014, 17:59

The UN humanitarian chief has allocated 75 million U.S. dollars to boost life-saving relief work in two of the world's most neglected regions.

Kidero reduces Nairobi matatu parking fees

24 July 2014, 15:53

Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero has reduced parking fees for matatu's in the city, a move that will please the transport providers.

Kenyan animal health expert honoured in Australia

24 July 2014, 15:53

A university don will receive a prestigious award in Cairns, Australia next month for his work in the animal health discipline.

Jua Kali artisans in Busia receive KES 10M grant

24 July 2014, 14:49

Jua Kali artisans in Busia have been boosted by an announcement that a special fund will be set aside for them.

Mutilated body of a woman found dumped in Kaimosi forest

24 July 2014, 22:43

A mutilated body of a middle-aged woman was found dumped in Kaimosi forest, Hamisi constituency, Vihiga County.

Groups demand firm's closure amid poaching surge

24 July 2014, 13:20

Kenyan conservationists have joined their international counterparts to demand that a prominent online retail giant immediately cease sales of elephant ivory products amid the current surge in poaching.

4 terror suspects charged, denied bail

24 July 2014, 11:49

Four terror suspects have been charged in a Nairobi court for being in possession of substances that can allegedly be used to make explosives.

Twelve TB patients get six months for failing to take drugs

24 July 2014, 17:00

Twelve patients suffering from Tuberculosis (TB) have been sentenced to six months in prison by a Bungoma court for failing to take their medication as prescribed by health workers.

Ol Pejeta eyes drone technology to save rhinos

24 July 2014, 10:07

Ol Pejeta Conservancy could soon be employing state-of-the-art drone technology to curb rampant poaching of the endangered species.

VIDEO: Eastleigh businessmen disappear mysteriously

24 July 2014, 10:07

Residents of Eastleigh are living in fear following the mysterious disappearance of prominent business persons in the wake of security crackdown in the area. Watch.

Mzalendo Kibunjia axed from NCIC nominees

24 July 2014, 08:37

The former Chairman of National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC), Mzalendo Kibunjia missed nomination as NCIC commissioner for failing to meet the qualifications set by the Commission.

Women charged with financing Al Shabaab

24 July 2014, 08:37

Three women were arrested on charges of conspiring to raise money for Somali insurgent group Al Shabaab.

July 29 marked as a holiday

23 July 2014, 21:35

The government has made July 29 a public holiday in the country to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr.

Drugs burst inside a Nigerian man's stomach

23 July 2014, 19:31

A Nigerian man was rushed to hospital after the drugs he was bearing burst in his stomach and was later arrested by officials.

Kenya, Australia to cooperate in war on terror

23 July 2014, 16:30

Australia has vowed to assist Kenya in the fight against terror, an Australian envoy said on Wednesday.

Parliament orders suspension of Police recruit training

23 July 2014, 15:29

A parliamentary committee has called for the suspension of the reporting date for 10,000 police recruits pending investigations into allegations of graft in the recruitment process.

COTU wants Kambi sacked, threatens August 4 strike

23 July 2014, 14:25

The Central Organisation of Trade Unions COTU wants Labour secretary Kazungu Kambi sacked and has threatened an August 4 workers strike to drive their point home.

Police unearth hidden grenade in Lamu

23 July 2014, 14:25

Police in Lamu have discovered a grenade at a flat in the area during a security operation.

NIS efforts to invade on your privacy thwarted

23 July 2014, 13:13

A proposal to grant the National Intelligence Service (NIS) unlimited access to all text messages, calls and emails sent within Kenya has been rejected by MPs.

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