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Three multinational companies have moved to High Court to seek a suspension of an order barring them from carrying out gas and oil exploration in Wajir County.
A maid was caught pocketing Sh568,000 from her employers' bedroom and hid the bank notes in her knickers.
First Lady Margaret Kenyatta today launched a new partnership programme that aims to support and promote cooperation between Kenya and China.
Obama's move is expected to remove the threat of deportation for as many as 5 million of the estimated 11 million people living illegally in the United States. This is a significant step for a president known for having deported thousands of illegal migrants.
A convoy of international monitors from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) was shot at by "uniformed personnel" in east Ukraine.
Zimbabwe's main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Wednesday condemned the South African government for trying to keep secret a damning report on the 2002 election he lost to Robert Mugabe, which found that the vote was neither free nor fair.
A Cuban doctor infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone became the latest of nearly 600 health workers to have contracted the virus, amid fresh warnings that the fight against the disease is far from over.
Residents on Erskine Road, Hants, claim pupils from nearby Winchester University regularly drink, vomit, urinate and even make love outside their doors.
Five people have been confirmed dead and four missing following gun battle between two communities at Dukana area in Marsabit County. Twelve others were also injured in the fight.
A baby boy born with four arms and four legs has sparked panic in his hometown because he looks like an Indian God.
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s speech during the inaugural Kenya International Investment and Trade Conference 2014 held at Kenyatta International Conference Centre on Wednesday
Kim Kardashian is set to star on Celebrity Big Brother - but before you get your hopes up, no, she won't be rubbing shoulders with Emma Willis and Rylan any time soon.
A woman who claims to be the girlfriend of swimming superstar Michael Phelps has revealed she was born a boy.
The National Agency for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Nacada) has come up with new regulations for brewers and distillers to curb deaths emanating from consumption of unhealthy alcohol.
Following a directive from President Uhuru Kenyatta Jaro Soja Gor Mahia die-hard fan has taken up his new job at Sports Stadia Management Board (SSMB).
The bodies of motivational speaker Myles Muroe, his wife Ruth and three of seven who perished in the jet crash on November 9th have been returned home to family and friends.
Kenya's new ambassador to the US will not be focusing on aid and grants during his tour but will instead focus on developing partnerships and trade.
An eye-popping religious ritual involving sex with strangers on an Indonesian mountain was exposed by a TV documentary.
A 30-year-old man was yesterday arrested after he was found cohabiting with a 15-year-old Form Three student at Bondeni area.
The construction of the Lanet-Ndundori-Olkalou road has opened up areas on the outskirts of Nakuru for growth, with investors, including those keen on real estate, rushing to cash in on the new opportunities.
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