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JKIA and Mombasa Port main ivory conduits, says report

A KWS warden inspects an ivory haul seized at the Mombasa Port. A report by wildlife charity Born Free USA indicates that Nairobi's JKIA and the Mombasa Port are major conduits for illegal ivory mainly destined to East Asian contries.

King mistaken for drug dealer

According to El Mundo, King Mohammad shouted, "Do you know who I am?", at the police who were unaware of his true identity until he removed his cap and sunglasses and the group quickly left.

World's 'most expensive' Sh36B apartment to go on sale in Monaco

Spread over five floors and equipped with a waterslide that leads from the dance floor into the infinity pool, the Monaco penthouse may become the world’s most expensive apartment when it goes on sale next year at an asking price of €300 million.

Kenya 'to reinstate' tough South Africa visa rules if talks fail

Foreign Affairs cabinet secretary Ambassador Amina Mohammed addresses a press conference outside the office of the President in Nairobi on October 14, 2013.

MP in court to block referendum push

Cord Leader Raila Odinga At Kadika SDA Church In Migori County At The Launch Of The Okoa Kenya Campaign To Collect 5 Million Signatures Needed To Call For A National Referendum. PHOTO | DENISH OCHIENG Cord leader Raila Odinga at Kadika SDA Church in Migori county at the launch of the Okoa Kenya campaign to collect 5 million signatures needed to call for a national referendum.

'I was terrified when the leopard attacked'

A leopard walks through Yala National Park in the southern district of Yala some 250 kms southwest of Colombo on August 24, 2014.

KNUT gives 21-day ultimatum over pay deal

KNUT Secretary General Wilson Sossion On Wednesday Gave The Teachers Service Commission 21 Days To Convene A Meeting To Finalise The Matter, Failure To Which They Will Resort To Industrial Action FILE NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 27 – The Kenya National Union of Teachers is threatening to mobilise teachers to go on strike over failure by the government to conclude a Collective Bargaining Agreement among other demands.

South Sudan rebels deny shooting UN helicopter

The UN plays a key role in getting food to the thousands of South Sudanese who have fled their homes.

Coverage from South Africa Newspapers
UN helicopter downed in South Sudan   The Independent on Saturday

Coverage from Uganda Newspapers

Kenya's shocking HIV figures

A Report By The Ministry Of Health Suggests That Three Times Less People Died Of HIV In Kenya In 2013, Compared To The Number Of Deaths 10 Years Ago. PHOTO | FILE With 100,000 new HIV infections every year, Kenya is in the red! A report by the Ministry of Health suggests that three times less people died of HIV in Kenya in 2013, compared to the number of deaths 10 years ago.

BMW SA strikes deal to install charging points for electric vehicles

Schneider Electric and BMW South Africa have announced a partnership for the supply and set-up of charging points for BMW’s electric vehicles, which they say will go on sale starting early next year.