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Nestle hiring robots to sell espresso machines

A file picture taken on June 28, 2014 shows Japanese mobile communication giant Softbank's humanoid robot "Pepper" displayed at a high-tech gadgets exhibition in Tokyo.

Atwoli sues deputy for half a billion

Cotu Secretary General Francis Atwoli Speaks At A Past Press Conference In Nairobi. PHOTO | BILLY MUTAI Mr Atwoli wants orders barring Mr Muchai, who is also the Kabete MP, from making defamatory statements against him and for the Nation Media Group from publishing the allegations.
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Kenya moves to adopt digital payments

A Customer Pays For Goods At A Kiosk In Nairobi Via M Pesa. Kenya Is On Its Way To Becoming A Cash Lite Economy. PHOTO | FILE Most employers nowadays require their employees to have bank accounts for processing salaries.

Elements in govt accused of frustrating Karen land probe

The parliamentary departmental committee on lands has heard that some government departments are frustrating efforts by the National Land Commission to get to the bottom of the Karen land dispute....
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Mourinho unimpressed by Chelsea understudies

Main Topix: Shrewsbury Town And Chelsea - English League Cup Round
Shrewsbury's English Midfielder Ryan Woods (centre) Vies With Chelsea's Egyptian Midfielder Mohamed Salah (right) During Their English League Cup Round Four Match At The Greenhous Meadow Stadium In Shrewsbury, West Midlands, England, On October 28, 2014. PHOTO | LINDSEY PARNABY | Shrewsbury's English midfielder Ryan Woods (centre) vies with Chelsea's Egyptian midfielder Mohamed Salah (right) during their English League Cup Round four match at the Greenhous Meadow stadium in Shrewsbury, West Midlands, England, on October

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TAITA-TAVETA: County plans castration Bill

Taita-Taveta County Assembly majority leader Crowell Baridi has said he a Bill that seeks to have convicted rapists castrated will be introduced in the assembly.

Kenyans arriving from Ebola region released

Some Of The Nine Kenyans Who Were Flown Back To Kenya From Liberia On October 29, 2014. PHOTO | JENNIFER MUIRURI
Main Topix: Jomo Kenyatta International Airport - Kenya Medical Research Institute
Some Of The Nine Kenyans Who Were Flown Back To Kenya From Liberia On October 29, 2014. PHOTO | JENNIFER MUIRURI Some of the nine Kenyans who were flown back to Kenya from Liberia on October 29, 2014.

Reprieve as Khalwale's expulsion put on hold

Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale. The Political Parties Disputes Tribunal has put on hold his expulsion from UDF. In western Kenya, leaders were divided over the decision by the Musalia Mudavadi-led faction to kick out Dr Khalwale.

Is milk really good for you? Study raises questions

A shopper selecting milk at a local supermarket. But a study in The BMJ medical journal Wednesday said Swedes with a high intake of cow's milk died younger — and women suffered more fractures.