Last Updated: January 28, 2015 19:03

CID summons Sossion over North Eastern teachers stand-off

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The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has summoned KNUT Secretary General Wilson Sossion after North Eastern teachers failed to return to work over claims of insecurity, discrimination and harassment.

CORD condemns use of excessive force by police in demos

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1 hour ago
CORD condemns use of excessive force by police in response to demonstrations; says conflicts can be resolved without intervention of security forces

Grabbers eye world's only city wildlife park

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6 hours ago
Kenya’s precious park within Nairobi City that lures large numbers of tourists to the country annually is under threat by land grabbers.

Hope FM’s frequency infiltrated, switched off for hours Tuesday night

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10 hours ago
Experts have been called to investigate an incident in which frequency for popular religious radio station, Hope FM, was infiltrated and switched off Tuesday night.

Visit to her parents was the last family saw her

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7 hours ago
Four-year-old Diana Akoth is a happy child. She jumps up and down as she plays in Kachieng’ Bongu, Kasipul in Homa Bay County, a place she has always known as her home.

Kenya

Deputy President William Ruto jets back from Hague

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Deputy President William Ruto arrived back home today from The Hague where he has been attending his case at the ICC.

Politics

CORD condemns use of excessive force by police in demos

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CORD condemns use of excessive force by police in response to demonstrations; says conflicts can be resolved without intervention of security forces

The Counties

Economics graduate now a charcoal trader

  Comments - 19 hours ago
As thousands of young people throng urban centres to seek employment, one graduate from Majengo Estate in Narok has put away his Bachelors of Economics degree and ventured into a totally unrelated field - making environmentally-friendly charcoal briquettes

Business

Court orders Pyrethrum Board to pay employees Sh15 million

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The Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Authority has been ordered by the Industrial Court in Nakuru to pay 100 former Pyrethrum Board of Kenya employees Sh15Million in 30 days.

World

Man pleads guilty to smuggling dying immigrants in trunk

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A US citizen who was arrested entering California from Mexico with two dying men in the trunk of his car pleaded guilty on to felony smuggling charges in a federal California court.

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