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Survivors of the Saturday bus attack that saw 28 civilians including 24 teachers lose their lives in cold blood murder in Mandera narrate their ordeals. Watch.
A woman who claimed to have been married to the late Homabay Senator, Otieno Kajwang, for the past 19 years stormed the Lee funeral home demanding to view his body. Watch.
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Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters have clashed with police as tensions escalated at one of three remaining demonstration sites for the first time in more than two weeks.
Police in riot gear were deployed at a university in Zurich as protestors tried to force their way into a room where FIFA president Sepp Blatter was giving a lecture.
The head of Burkina Faso's military regime promised to deliver a "consensus" leader in talks on installing a unity government in the west African nation following a violent crackdown on protesters.
Angry demonstrators went on the rampage in Burkina Faso, setting parliament ablaze in a surge of violence that forced the government to scrap a vote on controversial plans to allow President Blaise Compaore to extend his 27-year rule.
Two Singaporean activists questioning the government's management of more than $200 billion in pension funds were charged with staging an illegal march at a venue designated for protests.
Hundreds of motorists blocked roads in Mukurweini constituency to complain about poor roads in the area.
Karatina University main campus in Nyeri County has been closed indefinitely following students' unrest.
A police officer attached to Nyeri Central Police Station was hospitalized with serious injuries he sustained after being attacked by rioting university students.
Protesters blocked truckers on the only highway from Mombasa port to Nairobi, threatening to choke the main trade artery with much of east Africa.
Muslim community in Kampala city centre have condemned the use of pigs which were dropped near their shops by suspected protesters, saying it is abuse of their religion.
A policeman’s decision to take early retirement from work has sparked protests in Nyatike, Migori County, after residents demanded to be told those pressuring the officer into submission.
Protests broke out in at least two Tanzanian towns, after opposition leaders called for nationwide demonstrations to oppose an assembly writing the country's constitution, leading to the arrest of several protesters.
Traffic flow on Thika Highway was disrupted by protesters who were demanding for the immediate release of a police officer who is accused of murder.
Tens of thousands of protesters rallied in Pakistan's capital, defying the pouring rain to demand the prime minister step down in the biggest challenge yet to the country's government.
3 killed in Egypt as supporters of ousted Islamist president protest.
Kisumu residents stormed the OCPD's office protesting the murder of a video hall manager by an AP officer.
Over 100 people were arrested in Nairobi as student protests over a fee increase descended into running battles with riot police.
26 University of Nairobi UON Students arrested in the wake of protests against alleged increase in tuition fees were charged with rioting and released on a KES 500 cash bail.
Transport activities along all highways leading to Nairobi CBD might be paralysed due to expected mass protests by University students over fees increment.
Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi has denied claims that he ordered for the increase of tuition fees for students in all public universities.
At least seven people were injured when anti-riot police clashed with students from Machakos University College, who were protesting against alleged government’s plan to increase university tuition fees.
Police fired tear gas into university buildings where protesting students had taken cover.
Normal traffic flow along Nairobi’s Githurai route was disrupted by matatu operators who were protesting against the arrest and prosecution of their colleagues over the twin blasts that ripped two buses along Thika Road.
A group of rowdy UoN students disrupted exams demanding extension of semester to cover for time wasted time during the recent lecturers' strikes.
Residents of Kimilili Constituency in Bungoma have been asked to seek alternative and non-violent methods of making their grievances known to the public instead of protesting in the streets.
Bungoma Governor, Ken Lusaka found himself in unfamiliar territory after police officers fired in the air and lobbed teargas canisters at the crowd of protesters he was addressing at Kamukuywa market.
Members of the Ogiek Community had a confrontation with police after they stopped land owners from ploughing their farms in Ngongongeri, Njoro district.
Players at Mexican second division side Celaya have appeared in an official team photograph with brown paper bags over their heads in protest at unpaid wages.
Business came to a standstill for hours in Narok town after students of the Maasai Mara University took to the streets to protest the attack of three of their colleagues by unknown people.
Police used teargas canisters to disperse thousands of traders who threatened to storm the office of Kakamega County governor Wycliffe Oparanya.
Business came to a standstill at Sigor town in Chepalungu constituency after a section of residents held a demonstration to protest an alleged misappropriation of CDF cash.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs was asked to summon the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) officials to give information over its alleged plans to topple the Government using activists.
A Brazilian television station says one of its cameramen has been declared brain-dead after being injured during a violent protest in Rio de Janeiro.
A section of Christians in Uganda have criticized the protest by Kenyan gays and lesbians seeking the legalizing of such marriages.
More than 300 traders operating in Nakuru town staged a demonstration along Nakuru - Eldoret highway after they found their stalls destroyed by County government officers.
More than 300 residents from Kamukunji village in Solia Nakuru held a peaceful demonstration Monday afternoon over a power blackout that has lasted for five days.
MP for the Turkana South, James Lomenen, has been summoned in court for inciting his community to protest against Tullow Oil that led to the British firm suspending its operations in Turkana.
Students at the Maseno University protested against increased incidents of insecurity at the learning institution.
Police officers are guarding Tullow Oil exploration sites in Turkana County after local residents held protests demanding that they be given a fair share of jobs at the sites forcing the company to suspend its operations.
Tullow Oil has suspended drilling operations on two blocks in Turkana County due to security concerns.
Taxi operators held a protest against alleged harassment by traffic officers bringing traffic at the Meru-Kithirune highway to a standstill.
Armed police officers have been deployed in Majengo and Kisauni as authorities anticipate protests from supporters of slain Sheikh Ibrahim Rogo.
Seven hundred people have been arrested during a week of the worst unrest in central Sudan in years, as protests continued against President Omar Hassan al-Bashir.
Sudanese flooded streets after Friday prayers in a fifth day of protests against fuel price hikes that have seen dozens killed.
Fresh rioting has erupted in Sudan as protests sparked by a government decision to scrap fuel subsidies raged into a fourth day and medics reported an overall toll of 29 people killed.
Sudanese authorities have deployed troops around vital installations and gas stations in Khartoum following days of rioting over gas price hikes that left at least 30 dead.
Turkey's Interior Minister Muammer Guler sayst protesters were attempting to use the death of a young man during a demonstration to "spread chaos".
Protesters demanding jobs closed off the eastern Libyan port of Zueitina for a sixth day, extending a halt in oil exports, authorities said.
Boda boda (motorcycle) operators paralysed transport services in Nairobi, protesting what they termed as police and crackdown on their business.
Over 200 small scale traders from Narumoru stormed Nyeri County Assembly protesting over demolition of their business stalls.
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Comedian Churchill, among other celebrities have had their say on the inhuman killings in Mandera. Read more...
The government must do justice to the Mandera dead by improving the security situation in the country, CORD leader Raila Odinga has said. Read more...
Othaya MP, Mary Wambui has said that CORD is not justified to criticise the IEBC because their opinion is politically motivated. Read more...
A policeman was among two men charged for stripping women in Kayole, Nairobi eastlands. Read more...
The President of Women’s World Banking, Mary Ellen Iskenderian said that economic empowerment of low-income African women is being hindered by their lack of bank accounts, with statistics indicating that only 20 percent of African women have bank accounts. Read more...
A woman and her young daughter narrowly escaped death after a group of suspected thugs invaded their homestead and burnt their house down. Read more...
Here is the full list of Orange Democratic Movement ODM national council appointees. Read more...
Nakuru Senator, James Mungai has supported the move by two Nakuru MPs to initiate a recall process for Nakuru Governor Kinuthia Mbugua over alleged corruption in his government. Read more...
Turkana leaders have urged the government to declare insecurity a national disaster. Read more...
Kenya is experiencing its worst security crisis since God-knows-when. Read more...
ODM leader Raila Odinga has convinced Budalangi MP Ababu Namwamba and nominated Senator Dr Agnes Zani to work together in a new party shake-up. Read more...
Teachers not native to northern Kenya must leave the area immediately after 24 died in the attack on a bus in Mandera by Al Shabaab militia. Read more...
Deputy president William Ruto says that over 100 Al Shabaab militia have been killed in revenge attacks over the killing of 28 Kenyans in a Mandera bus. Read more...
Members of family of the 28 people killed in the Mandera bus attack begun the painful process of identifying the bodies of their loved ones. Read more...
CORD leader Raila Odinga says that the Jubilee government must up its game or risk being demonized by Kenyans over the state of insecurity in the country. Read more...