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Secrets of Israeli ‘torture’ of Kenyan terror suspects

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Kenya allowed Israeli spy agency, Mossad, to interrogate and kill suspects arrested after the bombing of an Israeli-owned hotel in Kikambala, Kilifi County in 2002, leaked messages have alleged.

We are here to stay, top TV stations declare

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Kenya’s top television stations resumed broadcasting last evening after a 19-day stand-off with the communication regulator over digital migration with a message to Government: “We are here to stay and shall not cease to exist.’’

Woman, pathologist and philanthropist

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She navigates the world with the excitement and determination of a child.

Military claims land disputed by KU, squatters

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A fresh twist has emerged in the land row pitting Kenyatta University (KU) and squatters, after the military claimed ownership of part of the land.

Speaker suspends Namwamba team, orders probe into graft allegations

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National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi yesterday ordered investigations into the corruption allegations that have rocked the Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

Father, 84, two sons in the dock over Anglo Leasing

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Three members of the Kamani family named in the Anglo Leasing scandal have been charged.

Kenya

Secrets of Israeli ‘torture’ of Kenyan terror suspects

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Kenya allowed Israeli spy agency, Mossad, to interrogate and kill suspects arrested after the bombing of an Israeli-owned hotel in Kikambala, Kilifi County in 2002, leaked messages have alleged.

Politics

CIC: Altering election date must be done by referendum

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Any attempt to amend the Constitution to change the election date requires a referendum, the Commission on Implementation of the Constitution (CIC) has said.

World

Embattled Hillary Clinton urges State Department to release her emails

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U.S. Democrat Hillary Clinton on Wednesday broke her silence over a budding controversy involving her use of personal email for work when she was secretary of state, saying she wanted the U.S. State Department to release them swiftly.

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