Last Updated: April 15, 2015 10:30

Nadome massacre: Horrors of walking through the valley of death

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The repulsive stench of death hits one from far away. But it is only when you get closer that you discover the full enormity of the brutality that took place there. It’s a scene straight from hell.

House leadership, groups clash over gender rule

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The leadership of the National Assembly has clashed with a constitutional body and civil society groups over the formula to ensure more women ascend to public positions as provided for in the two-thirds gender rule.

CORD senators blast Uhuru over spiralling insecurity

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Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) senators Wednesday turned the heat on President Uhuru Kenyatta's government following Monday's massacre of more than 50 people in the Rift Valley, a month after terrorists killed 148 in Garissa.

State: Jihadi brides have links with ISIS

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Investigators now claim three Kenyan women and a Zanzibari accused of joining Somalia's Al-Shabaab also have links with militant groups in Sudan and Syria.

Chinese subject to be taught in schools from 2017

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All children enrolling for Standard One in 2017 will have an option to study the Chinese language.

Kenya

Cotu finally apologises over Labour Day glitch

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The Central Organisation for Trade Unions (Cotu) has apologised to organisations and corporates that were not able to showcase their floats before the President during Labour Day celebrations.

Politics

ODM moves to replace suspended leaders

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The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) has started the process of replacing top Kisumu County Assembly leaders suspended last week.

Business

Central bank retains key rate, sparing borrowers

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The Central Bank of Kenya retained its key lending rate at 8.5 per cent for the 12th time yesterday, terming the weakening currency and rising inflation “seasonal”.

World

Tanzania warns of looming humanitarian crisis as Burundians flee

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A serious humanitarian crisis is looming as thousands of Burundi refugees stream into Tanzania and neighbouring countries to escape rising political tensions and violence at home, Tanzanian and international officials said on Wednesday.

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