Last Updated: August 29, 2015 17:06

Kenyan sentenced to 15 years in US prison for funding Al-Shabaab

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A Kenyan man was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Friday by a judge in Miami after pleading guilty to funneling $11,600 dollars (about Sh1.2 million) to US -designated terrorist organizations in Africa and the Middle East.

South Sudan rebel chief orders ceasefire: spokesman

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South Sudan's former vice president Riek Machar ordered his rebel troops to lay down their arms in line with a ceasefire to end a 20-month civil war, his spokesman said Saturday.

Mombasa, Kisumu get new police bosses as new county police commanders are named in mini police reshuffle

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Most of the affected areas have been experiencing a relatively high rate of crime.

Al Jazeera journalists sentenced to 3 years in prison by Egyptian court

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An Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera TV journalists to three years in prison on Saturday for operating without a press license and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt, a case that has triggered an international outcry.

Nigeria says it’s uncovered Boko Haram spy ring at Abuja airport

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"The service, in liaison with the aviation security of Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, disrupted a spying network mounted by the Boko Haram terrorists," DSS spokesman Tony Opuiyo said in the statement.


Zahra Moi honoured

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Bahlewa Zahra Moi, the Wife of Baringo Senator Gideon Moi has been awarded with a first class honors popularly known as Magna Cum Laude (with great honor) degree in Bachelor of Science in International Business.

Health & Science

What is the Blood Moon Prophecy that's predicting the end of the world?

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The end of days is being predicted by a host of people, including Jewish mystics, Christian fundamentalists and self-proclaimed prophets.


Four in 10 elderly Kenyans too poor to stop working, new survey shows

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Over 40 per cent of Kenyans cannot afford to retire and have to continue working, a new survey shows. A report released by pension company Alexander Forbes suggests that another 40 per cent will have to rely on family for support.