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Woman fights for boy in adoption dispute

Main Topix: Miriam Elisabeth Winkel - Justice Abigail Mshila
“The boy was brought to me at the age of five months and has lived with me since then, until his biological mother heard news of my impending divorce,” Ms Winkel told Justice Abigail Mshila.

Kenya writes protest letter over handling of ICC cases

Mr Kamau has written to the ICC’s Assembly of State Parties accusing the court of violating the letter and spirit of the Rome Statute in the Kenya cases.
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New IDs to expose tax evaders

Main Topix: National Digital Registry Service - Association Of Credit Providers
Ms Mwende Gatabaki, the acting director-general of Kenya Citizens and Foreign Nationals Management Services.

MAKOMERE : Adopting customs union should not be at the expense of our economic interests

President Uhuru Kenyatta With His Eastern African Counterparts, President Pierre Nkurunziza, President Jakaya Kikwete, President Yoweri Museveni And President Paul Kagame. Countries In The East African Community Are Wednesday Expected To Roll Out The Single Customs Territory In A Plan That Could Potentially Cut Down The Cost Of Doing Business In The Region. PHOTO FILE President Uhuru Kenyatta with his Eastern African counterparts, President Pierre Nkurunziza, President Jakaya Kikwete, President Yoweri Museveni and President Paul Kagame.

Raila, clergymen in talks on vote

Main Topix: Christian Regulatory Commission - Kalonzo Musyoka
Cord leaders Raila Odinga, his co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka (right) and church leaders.

Vietnam eyeing troubled Telkom

Main Topix: Government Investments Corporation - Communications Authority Of Kenya
Telkom directors Olivier Froissart, Daniel Devestre and Sebastian Fayard last November at Parliament Buildings during the Public Investments Committee investigation into the declining government shareholding in Telkom Kenya.
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TEJAN-COLE : It will take an effort by the whole world to defeat menace of Ebola

Salome Karwah – Ebola Survivor Turned Caretaker At Médecins Sans Frontières’s (MSF) Elwa 3, Monrovia, Liberia. FILE PHOTO | COURTESY Salome Karwah, Ebola survivor turned caretaker. The Ebola epidemic is threatening not only West Africans’ lives, but also the progress toward democracy, economic growth, and social integration that Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea have made in the past

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Draft Bill on issues informing Pesa Mashinani campaign finally out

Main Topix: Members Of County Assembly And MPs - Constitution Of Kenya 2010
Kenya: It is yet to be fine-tuned, but the draft Pesa Mashinani law to be discussed soon by governors has radical proposals likely to pit the county chiefs against Parliament.