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Women appear to have a natural defence against the world's most common sexually transmitted infection, a new study says.
I can’t say that my leaders are useless, but the little knowledge they have they use it less.
A social media push boosted the number of people who registered themselves as organ donors 21-fold in a single day.
Men and their preference for younger female mates may have led to the phenomenon of menopause in women, according to a study.
Ever wondered how bars got to serve the colourful drinks with lots of garnishes? Like any culinary art, its beginnings were crude.
Ethiopia and Egypt have agreed to hold further talks on the impact of an Ethiopian dam to quell tensions between the two countries, the foreign ministers of both nations say.
Egyptian tourism workers and residents of the city of Luxor are voicing anger after an Islamist linked to a former Islamic militant group was appointed governor of their province.
Morsi's new tough tone on Syria raises concerns of a nod to jihadi fighters
A Cairo court sentenced an Egyptian Muslim preacher to 11 years in jail for blasphemy for burning a Bible during a protest last year.
Egypt, Ethiopia and Ivory Coast have become the first African countries to reach the play-offs of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.
A plan by Egypt's Islamist-led government to develop the land along the Suez Canal faces fierce opposition in districts that have been flashpoints for violence before.
Ethiopia's parliament has unanimously ratified a treaty, which strips Egypt of its right to the lion's share of the Nile River waters.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr is expected to travel to Addis Ababa for talks on a giant dam Ethiopia is building on the Nile.
Cairo's Dominican Institute for Oriental Studies is an oasis of research, aimed at fostering Islamic-Christian ties in a country riven with political and religious tension.
The AU has urged Egypt and Ethiopia to come together for talks to solve a bitter dispute over the sharing of Nile river waters, the AU chief says.
Egypt's PM says Ethiopian Nile dam 'act of defiance', vows Egypt will not cede a drop of water.
Egypt's president has warned that "all options are open" in dealing with Ethiopia's efforts to build a dam that threatens to leave Nile-dependent Egypt with a dangerous water shortage.
Egypt's foreign minister says that he will go to Addis Ababa to discuss a giant dam that Ethiopia has begun building in defiance of Cairo's objections.
With few games remaining in the African qualifiers for the 2014 Fifa World Cup Brazil™, several favourites are in danger of missing out on a ticket.
Egypt's embattled president is dismissing opposition calls for early presidential elections in a show of confidence ahead of his first anniversary in office.
Egypt will demand Ethiopia stop building a dam on one of the main tributaries of the Nile, a senior government aid says.
An aide to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has apologised after she failed to inform politicians holding talks with the president that they were live on air, showing them cook up plans to sabotage a dam in Ethiopia.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has voiced concern about the sentences handed down by a Cairo court on 43 Egyptians and foreign NGO workers.
Israel has reached an agreement to send thousands of African migrants to an unidentified country, according to court document obtained.
President Mohammed Morsi warned that Egypt would not allow its share of the Nile to be diminished by "one drop" after Ethiopia began dam project.
An Egyptian court has convicted 43 non-profit workers including at least 16 Americans of involvement in illegal activity in the country.
Egypt's highest court has ruled that the Islamist-dominated legislature has been elected illegally, dealing a serious blow to the Islamists.
Ethiopian authorities have detained a reporter covering evictions near the construction of a hydroelectric dam that is amid tensions with Egypt.
Some 500 foreign tourists were stranded in Upper Egypt's Aswan, as local farmers blocked the road in protest of meager irrigation water.
Egyptian Islamists and former members of the nation's military have voiced concern about the potential pitfalls stemming from a decision to allow members of the armed forces and police to vote in the nation's elections.
Egypt’s cash-strapped Islamist government is making amends with businessmen who offer to pay their way back into the fold.
An Egyptian court has sentenced four men to death by hanging for the 2011 killing of a Coptic Christian priest in his apartment in the southern city of Assiut.
Kidnappers released three Egyptian policemen and four soldiers captured last week in the Sinai peninsula, the army said.
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has appealed to the opposition for unity, in the face of criticism he is failing the revolution that brought him to power.
Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi has ruled out negotiating with the kidnappers of three policemen and four soldiers.
Seven men purported to be the members of Egypt’s security forces kidnapped by militants last week have appeared in an online video and urged the government to secure their release.
An Egyptian police camp has come under fire with heavy weapons in the Sinai, a security official says.
Egyptian policemen have blocked the crossing into the Gaza Strip to protest against the kidnapping of Egyptian security forces in the Sinai, witnesses and sources say.
Egypt's top judicial council has suspended talks with President Mohammed Morsi after a renewed push on a controversial bill that would remove thousands of senior judges.
Unidentified gunmen have kidnapped three Egyptian policemen and four soldiers in the Sinai peninsula, security officials say.
A lawyer representing Hosni Mubarak has denied that his client spoke to a newspaper, describing as fabrication reports that he said it was too early to judge Mohammed Morsi’s performance as president.
Shares of Egypt-focused gold miner Centamin Plc have fallen after the company said an advisory body had made unfavourable recommendations to the court.
An Egyptian security official says an American national has been attacked and stabbed outside the US embassy in Cairo.
Egypt is open to visitors who drink alcohol and wear bikinis as it sets out to boost tourism numbers, says Minister Hisham Zaazou.
Egyptian police officials say five men in a pick-up truck fired birdshot at the prime minister’s convoy during a traffic argument, not knowing he was inside.
A prominent Egyptian campaigner was detained over accusations of insulting President Mohamed Morsi, state media reported.
Egypt has walked out of a round of global nuclear talks in protest, saying other nations are not acting quickly enough to establish the Middle East as a zone free of nuclear weapons.
Egypt's president and members of his government have turned to Russian President Vladimir Putin and asked for a sizable loan, according to Putin aide.
Egypt's parliament is pushing ahead with a controversial judicial law despite an uproar in parliament.
Hagel says Israel did not tell him of its intelligence assessment that Syria used chemical weapons.
US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel has underscored Washington’s military commitment to Egypt and pledged American support as Egyptian forces evolve.
US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel is set to travel to Egypt as part of a Middle East tour designed to bolster America's alliances.
Russia will help Egypt develop its nuclear power programme, an official says, signalling that the Islamist-led state will press ahead with its quest for atomic energy.
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has pledged to respect the independence of the judiciary amid an outcry over plans by his Islamist allies to purge thousands of judges.
Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi says he will "soon" announce a cabinet reshuffle, but it is unlikely to meet opposition demands for an overhaul of the government.
Concerns have been raised over the growing number of HIV/AIDs infections among married couples due to unprotected sex. Read more...
A non - governmental organization has called upon the Kenyan government to cooperate fully with the ICC court. Read more...
A middle aged man was seriously injured after police shot him during a demonstration along Nanyuki - Nyeri highway. Read more...
Bills seeking to give KES 100 Million to the women and youth enterprise fund will be tabled in Laikipia County assembly. Read more...
Higher institutions of learning have had an overflowing number of students taking engineering courses since 2002. Read more...
Kirinyaga County commissioner Joseph Keter has assured chiefs and their assistants that their jobs are secured. Read more...
Nyando DAO Thaddeus Ouko projected that there will be a major reduction of the anticipated amount of food production this season. Read more...
Nyeri Deputy Governor Samuel Githaiga Wamathai articulated his fears over devolving corruption to County offices. Read more...
The government has unveiled a plan to stop human - wildlife conflict at the Shimba Hills National park in Kwale County. Read more...
The govt has been urged to address the issue of under-staffing, staff motivation and shortage of adequate equipments in the health sector. Read more...
Four people have been sentenced to 4 years imprisonment each by Nyando law courts for stealing beer worth KES 80 000. Read more...
A 16-year-old girl was arrested after stealing assorted goods from a shop in Nyando through a hole she had dug on the wall. Read more...
A man who was arraigned on charges of abducting and defiling a minor in Nyeri was released on a bond term of KES 50 000. Read more...
I can’t say that my leaders are useless, but the little knowledge they have they use it less. Read more...
WILDLIFEDIRECT has lauded parliament for approving a motion seeking to increase penalties for poachers. Read more...
Malindi Civil society has distanced itself from Kenya’s Civil Society Organizations that staged the Occupy Parliament demonstration. Read more...
Kwale County govt has been urged to identify all tourist attraction sites, document and use them to generate revenue. Read more...
A Germany Foundation has launched a youth program aimed at promoting HIV prevention among youths in Kwale, Kilifi and Mombasa. Read more...