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Over 20,000 bras recalled in Japan due to injury fears

A Japanese lingerie maker is recalling more than 20,000 brassieres after complaints that underwires suddenly poked out, sometimes while women were wearing them.

Uganda clashes as DR Congo's M23 ex-rebels refuse to go home

Democratic Republic of Congo's M23 ex-rebel leader said Tuesday that several members were wounded when Ugandan troops tried to forcibly return them home.

Antibiotics resistance could kill 10 million a year by 2050

A British government-commissioned review has found that resistance to antibiotics could account for 10 million deaths a year and hit global gross domestic product by 2.0 to 3.5 percent by 2050.

TV star who refused life-saving cancer treatment to save her unborn child dies days after giving birth

A Chinese TV star has died after refusing life-saving treatment for an aggressive cancer , so she could save her unborn child.

Divided Kenyans disagree over strategy to end "terror" attacks

Islamist attacks, knee-jerk security responses, corrupt policing and racial profiling are dividing Kenyans increasingly along religious and ethnic lines, experts said.

CRISIS IN RUGBY

In his resignation letter, Muthee accused some KRU board members of derailing his agenda of driving the game further, adding their integrity “was not beyond reproach, threatening to bring the game into disrepute”.

Scorned wife bursts her cheating husband and twin sister in car park

Scorned wife bursts his cheating husband and twin sister in car park

Police patrol Nairobi streets ahead of security bill debate

Tens of police officers have been mobilised to protect Parliament Buildings in Nairobi following threats by opposition and activists to siege the area in protest against the proposed controversial National Security Bill 2014.

Death toll in collapsed Nairobi building rises to four

The death toll from the collapsed Kaloleni building in Nairobi has increased to four.

Police on the hunt for man who sexually assaulted a woman for 40 minutes as she slept on train

Police have published a photo of man detectives want to speak to in connection with 40 minute sex attack on a woman as she slept on a train.

Crisis In Rugby: Wrangling and intrigues of tenders force Muthee to walk away from the sport

“To run away from trouble is a form of cowardice and, while it is true that the suicide braves death, he does it not for some noble object but to escape some ill,” so said Greek philosopher, Aristotle. Such is the urgency with which Kenya Rugby Union chairman, Mwangi Muthee, walked away from the union yesterday

Face-off looms over security bill in the National Assembly

The failure by MPs in Jubilee and CORD to strike a consensus on the draconian Security Laws (Amendment) Bill 2014 has set the stage for political fireworks in the National Assembly Thursday.

Ex-presidents Moi, Kibaki eulogise Kanu defender Kamotho

Retired President Daniel arap Moi Wednesday eulogised the late Joseph Kamotho, saying the former Kanu secretary general was an indefatigable public servant who was committed to serving Kenyans.

Leaders pay last respects to Kamotho

Former powerful Cabinet Minister John Joseph Kamotho was eulogised Wednesday at his funeral as a man of conviction who spoke his mind and served the government diligently.

NLC in bid to buy Criticos land to settle squatters

The National Land Commission (NLC) is exploring the possibility of purchasing the disputed land belonging to former Taveta MP Basil Criticos to settle the landless.

Year impeachment was MCAs favourite weapon

With devolution taking root after last year's general elections, 2014 was marked with impeachment proceedings and supremacy battles between members of county assembly and governors over the running of county affairs.

Prestige: Live like royalty in a gated community

Call them private members club or places where pet foals and Rottweilers roam.

Jubilee's formula on antipathy to civil society

The Jubilee Government spent part of this year trying to figure out a formula to deal with growing antipathy towards non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

‘Kenyans prefer decor with an ethnic touch’

We started an interior design and construction company in 1991 to sell architectural mouldings. At the time, mouldings were rare and were made from substantial material, which was used to hide bad joints between the ceiling and walls.

Kenya police offers Sh2m bounty on two Al-Shabaab members

Police have circulated pictures of two wanted Al-Shabaab terror suspects and offered a Sh2 million reward to anyone who will provide information that may lead to their arrest.

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