Last Updated: September 15, 2014 23:30

Taxpayers’ Sh4b bill to buy drugs for sex workers

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Kenyan taxpayers will have to part with approximately Sh4 billion annually to provide sex workers with a daily HIV and Aids prevention pill.

Hands off mosques, leaders warn police

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Muslim leaders have protested against threats to shut down what the State says are mosques that offer radical teachings, saying this would undermine the war against terrorism.

Witness: I lied about Ruto, Sang to get Sh1 million ICC payment

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A witness has been paid about Sh1 million by the International Criminal Court (ICC) since mid-last year for his preparations to testify against Deputy President William Ruto and journalist Joshua Sang.

Horror of children murdered by ritual killer in Kakamega

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Residents of Kakamega town are reeling in shock following the macabre killing of a nursery schoolgirl whose body was dumped in the same spot where the remains of a 12-year-girl were found in July.

Jubilee in twin strategy to scuttle referendum

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The Jubilee government is working on a twin strategy to devolve more funds to pre-empt the governors' push for a referendum and puncture the Opposition's crusade.

Brave officer who nearly lost his arm inside Westgate Mall

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Corporal Moses Ewosit Lebinon was looking forward to a quiet afternoon on September 21 at work. The day looked ordinary as the officer went about his duties at his Nairobi office and nothing could have prepared him for the events that unfolded that afternoon.

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Israeli experts say social media posts may have put lives at risk

  Comments - 7 hours ago
The social media presented a serious security breach during the Westgate attack and may have helped prolong the siege, Israeli emergency experts have said.

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Brave officer who nearly lost his arm inside Westgate Mall

  Comments - 7 hours ago
Corporal Moses Ewosit Lebinon was looking forward to a quiet afternoon on September 21 at work. The day looked ordinary as the officer went about his duties at his Nairobi office and nothing could have prepared him for the events that unfolded that afternoon.

Business

State moves to cut travel costs by 30pc

  Comments - 1 day ago
The Government will contract few agents to offer travel services to ministries, parastatals and State agencies before the end of the year.

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