Last Updated: November 24, 2014 10:19

Smell of death still evident in targeted bus

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The smell of death repels you as you step inside Makkah 103 travel bus where 28 passengers were plucked from and shot at close range at Arabia in Mandera County on Saturday morning.

Three people killed, others injured after bus collides with matatu in Lavington

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Three people were Monday morning killed and several others injured in an accident involving a matatu and a City Hopper bus at Valley Arcade area in Lavington, Nairobi.

Kenya inks key trade pact with UAE

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Kenya and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have entered into an investment promotion agreement that is expected to increase the volume of trade between the two countries.

Muslim leaders opposing mosque operation to be quizzed, says Ruto

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The Government has said the killing of 28 Kenyans by Al-Shabaab militants in Mandera on Saturday will not stop the ongoing crackdown targeting mosques that harbour terrorists.

Unions tell teachers to leave region

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Teachers' unions have directed members in regions scarred by insecurity to leave their stations and return to Nairobi for redeployment following the killing of 24 teachers in Mandera County.


Over 100 terrorists killed by KDF troops in counter operation, says Ruto

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The Government yesterday said more than 100 terrorists were killed by Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) troops deployed after the Mandera bus attack.

The Counties

Construction of Sh25b link bridge to start

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A Government official has announced that the construction of the Sh25 billion bridge connecting Mombasa Island with the Kenyan South Coast will start in February next year.


Maize prices continue to fall as NCPB depots remain closed

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Maize farmers in North Rift are a worried lot as grain buyer NCPB depots remain closed. The farmers, through their representatives, say the problem has been made worse by cartels importing maize from Uganda.


Pope declares sainthood of two Indians, four Italians

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Pope Francis added to the roster of Catholic saints a Keralan mystic nun, an Indian priest and social reformer, the former Bishop of Vicenza, and three members of the Franciscan order, praising their "creative" commitment to helping the poor.


Thierry Henry: Arsene Wenger will only be appreciated once he leaves Arsenal

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Thierry Henry believes Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger's influence and achievements will only be truly appreciated once he has left the club.


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