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Champions League Group F: Neymar and Messi guide Barca to victory over Ajax

Neymar and Lionel Messi maintained their lethal partnership with a goal apiece as Barcelona swept aside Ajax 3-1 in Champions League Group F on Tuesday.

Champions League Group G: Chelsea sail on with impressive 6-0 win over Maribor

Chelsea crushed Maribor 6-0 in a predictably one-sided Champions League Group G match at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday that saw Jose Mourinho's side stretch their unbeaten run from the start of the season to 12 matches.

WILL ARSENAL FIRE? Gunners injuries offer hope to Anderlecht in tonight's Champions League encounter

Liverpool will expect their noisy fans to recreate the special Anfield atmosphere that has helped them become kings of Europe five times when they take on Champions League winners Real Madrid tonight.

A new era for victims of crime in Kenya

After years of suffering in silence, the plight of victims of crime in Kenya has at last been addressed as envisaged in Article 50(9) of the Constitution. The President assented to the Victims Protection Act on September 14, 2014.

FINALE FEVER: KCB face Quins as Blak Blad meet USIU in Impala Floodlit tourney final

Champions Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) will be seeking to add another silverware to their cabinet this weekend when they take on Lunch Bar Quins in the final of the 2014 Airtel Impala Floodlit tournament final.

RUGBY PLAYERS CLEAN: KRU says Anti-Doping Task Force got facts wrong, as food supplements are legal

Kenya’s rugby players do not use banned food products, Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) has said. KRU Chairman Mwangi Muthee said in a statement the Anti-Doping Task Force report, led by Prof Moni Wekesa Committee, “aims at filling everyone with consternation.”

Senate tussles with county assemblies

A showdown looms between the Senate and county assemblies over oversight on county governments.

Raila to reveal abroad mission today

Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) leader Raila Odinga will today give a statement on his mission abroad.

Vetting board petitions MPs on tenure

Parliament has been asked to expedite the amendment of the law to extend the term of the Judges and Magistrates Vetting Board (JMVB).

Why State declined to register MRC

The Government has rejected a request for registration by the separatist Mombasa Republican Council (MRC), prompting its leaders to appeal to the Attorney General.

‘CHAIRMAN’S’ DREAM: Kiplang’at in bid to end Kenya’s 10-year 5,000m gold medal wait at the World Championships

Isaiah Kiplang'at Koech is keen to break Kenya's 10-year 5,000m gold medal drought at the 15th IAAF World Championships that runs at the iconic Bird's Nest Stadium in Beijing's Olympic Park, in China, next year (August 22-30).

Kenya to host key livestock conference

All is set for the 6th All Africa Conference on Animal Agriculture which opens in Nairobi next week.

Association of National Olympic Committees wants Rudisha to collect award in Bangkok

Olympic 800m champion and world record holder David Rudisha has only this week to confirm availability or miss a major global award in Bangkok.

Murungaru testifies in defamation case

Former Ethics and Governance Permanent Secretary John Githongo did not consult former Internal Security Minister Chris Murungaru before publishing his book that is critical of him, the court heard.

AFC IN HOT SOUP: FKF promises tough action, AFC blame referee for inciting fans as Sofapaka terms it barbaric

AFC Leopards could face severe action following the chaos that erupted during the GOtv Shield semi-final match at City Stadium on Monday even as the club blamed centre referee Davies Omweno for the aborted match against Sofapaka.

AFC Leopards to play in empty stadia, fined Sh500,000 and will meet cost of medication for injured fans and match officials, orders FK

AFC Leopards will play their remaining matches this season behind closed doors as Football Kenya Federation (FKF) moved in to crack the whip over the violence that erupted on Monday during their GOtv Shield match against Sofapaka at City Stadium.

Speaker Muturi under fire for backing Uhuru on grilling of Cabinet Secretaries

Opposition leaders in the National Assembly have now turned on Speaker Justin Muturi for suspending rules of the House in what appears to be a direct result of last week's scolding at State House.

Verona sanctioned over monkey chants at Muntari

Verona have been fined and ordered to close part of their stadium for their next home match after fans allegedly directed monkey chants at AC Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari on Sunday, an accusation the club has denied.

Poor roads, rains hamper transport of exam papers in Nakuru

The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations kicked off smoothly in various parts of Nakuru, Baringo and Samburu counties with examination papers arriving on time.

Police officer injured in KCSE attack in Turkana flown to Nairobi

The police officer who was injured by bandits on Lomelo Kapedo road in Turkana East sub-county has been airlifted to Nairobi for specialised treatment.

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