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Man, 27, drowns daughter after quarreling with wife

22 August 2014, 15:31

Residents of Muramia village, Nambale sub-county of Busia County woke up to a rude shock when they found the decomposing body of a two-year-old girl in a nearby river who was allegedly killed by her father following a domestic squabble.

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Elephant population increases in Maasai Mara

22 August 2014, 14:16

The number of elephants in the Serengeti- Maasai Mara ecosystem has increased from 258 in 1986 to 7,535, according to the results of a latest survey.

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British terror suspect in Kenya no 'monster': lawyer

22 August 2014, 14:16

A British terrorism suspect in Kenya is no "monster" and has been falsely linked with a fugitive jihadist from the UK dubbed the "White Widow", his lawyer said.

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Govt mulls commercial vehicle laws

22 August 2014, 13:09

The government said it will put in place commercial vehicle laws by the end of 2014 as part of the effort to regulate commercial vehicles.

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Ngilu announces recoveries in Lamu audit

22 August 2014, 11:40

Land cabinet secretary Charity Ngilu has announced recovery of 1,574 green cards, 197 title deeds and 65 white cards during the concluded re-organization of documents at Kwale land offices.

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KNH health workers camp outside Parliament demanding their salaries

22 August 2014, 09:33

Some Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) health workers camped at the National Assembly’s entrance demanding their salaries.

Govt unveils guidelines to curb spread of Ebola

22 August 2014, 08:13

The government said it has provided all port health staff with guidelines on strict surveillance for Ebola virus to ensure that the virus does not come into the country.

Lobby group slams Lamu curfew extension

22 August 2014, 08:13

A lobby group in Mombasa has slammed the extension of the curfew imposed in the County by the Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo and called upon leaders to oppose the curfew.

Tribe issue in Kameru appointment as NIS chief

22 August 2014, 07:03

Major General Philip Wachira Kameru has been appointed the head of the country's spy agency, the National Intelligence Services NIS, even though there is as usual an issue over his tribal affiliation.

Uhuru picks new intelligence boss to end Islamist attacks

21 August 2014, 20:14

President Uhuru Kenyatta has nominated a new intelligence chief with experience in the war on al Qaeda-linked insurgents in neighbouring Somalia to stop a spate of attacks in the country.

Sonko: Condom or death?

21 August 2014, 13:31

Nairobi Senator Mike Mbuvi 'Sonko' has urged youth to use condoms or die, as figures revealed Kenya is heavily affected by the HIV virus.

Judge orders dialogue in Police recruitment saga

21 August 2014, 13:31

A High Court judge has ordered dialogue in a bid to solve the crisis created by the controversial police recruitment drive.

Student dies after being set on fire by lover

21 August 2014, 12:14

A fourth year student at Dedan Kimathi University of Technology has succumbed to injuries he sustained after his lover set him on fire inside his rental room at Kamakwa Estate in Nyeri town.

Museveni urges Luhyas to shun traditional circumcision

21 August 2014, 12:14

Uganda President, Yoweri Museveni has urged the Luhya community to shun traditional circumcision ceremony as it promotes prostitution.

INF cancels meeting in Kenya over Ebola fears

21 August 2014, 11:01

The International Netball Federation (INF) has cancelled an international meeting in Nairobi owing to Ebola attack that has visited parts of Africa.

Govt refutes illegal entry of citizens from Ebola hit West Africa

21 August 2014, 09:21

The government has denied media reports that more than 200 citizens from Ebola hit West African countries had sneaked into the country through the porous borders.

Police hunt for Somali kidnappers

21 August 2014, 08:07

Police in Lamu have launched manhunt for Somali militants who abducted a driver at the Kenya-Somalia border in Lamu East.

Exits will not deter Ruto from referendum push

21 August 2014, 07:05

The exits of some Governors from the referendum push will not deter Council of Governors chair Isaac Ruto from achieving his goal.

Police show Westgate mall attack guns in trial

20 August 2014, 20:00

Police produced a small arsenal of weapons recovered after last year's Westgate mall massacre, in the ongoing trial of four men accused of helping the gunmen.

PUSETU issues strike ultimatum over health sector woes

20 August 2014, 18:01

The Kenya Public Servants Trade Union (PUSETU-K) has given the National Government 14 days to resolve challenges the devolved Health sector is experiencing under county governments' management failure to which the Union will conduct a national strike.

Campaign against hate speech to launch in Nairobi

20 August 2014, 18:01

The African Media Initiative (AMI) has called on media leaders and operators in Africa to support efforts to stem the rise of hate speech in the continent.

Kimaiyo extends Lamu curfew order

20 August 2014, 14:37

Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo has extended the Lamu curfew period by a further one month.

Mohamed upbeat as Iran, Kenya ink MoU

20 August 2014, 14:37

Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary, Amina Mohamed, said the MoU with Iran would increase local investments and widen the range of opportunities available to Kenyans.

47 young inmates undergo the cut

20 August 2014, 14:56

At least 47 young men have in the past one week been circumcised at Shikusa Borstal Institution, joining thousands of others who have been initiated into manhood in parts of Western Kenya.

Matatu operators protest corruption in mobile courts

20 August 2014, 13:34

A cross section of matatu operators in Nyeri town have protested the ongoing traffic crackdown targeting PSV decrying harassment and corruption by the officers.

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