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Kenya's mixed fortunes 50 years after heroes' victory

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Kenyans today mark the second Mashujaa Day under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta as they reflect on the successes and missteps on the long journey of nationhood.

Study: Staffing of medics is skewed

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Embu, Mombasa and Nyeri have the most favourable health worker-population ratio, a new report shows.

Kidero accused of attempting to 'inherit Raila's wife'

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Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero clashed with Nyakach MP Aduma Owuor at the weekend over Luo Nyanza politics.

Woman storms church, claims husband has neglected her, son

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There was drama in Kariobangi South, Nairobi, yesterday when a woman stormed a church allegedly run by her husband, accusing him of neglecting her and their son.

Police reforms stall due to lack of funds

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Police reforms have stalled because of lack of funds, the National Police Service Commission has said.

Kenya

Emotions run high as plane with writer's body touches down

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A somber mood engulfed the Moi International Airport yesterday morning when a Turkish Boeing 737 Airliner from Istanbul carrying the remains of celebrated global scholar and writer Prof Ali Mazrui touched down.

The Counties

War on tenders on as Ranguma blames local contractors

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Kisumu lacks competent firms to handle huge projects offered by the county government, Governor Jack Ranguma has said.

Business

Dubai firm loses court case, paving way for duty free shops at JKIA

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The High Court this week dismissed a case by a Dubai firm paving the way for development of duty free shops at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

World

Obama urges Americans not to give in to Ebola hysteria

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With three cases of Ebola diagnosed in the United States but dozens of people being monitored in case they contract the disease, President Barack Obama urged Americans not to give in to "hysteria" about the spread of the virus.

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