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Kenya

ICC piles pressure on Kenya to release Uhuru records

International Criminal Court judges stepped up the pressure on the Jubilee administration to make available all the crucial information, including financial records the prosecution hopes would buttress the case against President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Top police posts vacant as commission disagrees over ethnic parity

Disagreement over ethnic balance has caused a stalemate in filling top positions in the police service as required by a new organisational structure.

Obama to boost ties with Kenya and pledges increased trade with Africa

US President Barack Obama has rooted for increased trade with African countries ahead of crucial summit with the continent’s presidents in Washington DC.

State to hand over road construction to contractors

Contractors will now be required to design, construct and maintain roads as the government adopts a new mode of infrastructure development.

AP charged with defilement

An administration police officer in Kitui County has been charged with defiling and indecently assaulting two girls aged five and eight years.

Kenyan girls to sue British Airways over alleged abuse by pilot

Girls and young women who allege they were sexually abused by a British Airways (BA) pilot in African schools and orphanages plan to sue the airline, a law firm representing them said on Wednesday.

British Airways to be sued over pilot 'who sexually abused Kenyan children'

British Airways is being sued over claims pilot sexually abused children in African schools and orphanages.

Kaparo likely to replace Mzalendo Kibunjia at NCIC

The National Assembly is tomorrow expected to approve a list of 15 nominees to the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC).

Obama meets young African leaders

President Barack Obama Monday met 500 youths who have been training in the US under the Young African Leaders Initiative, among them 47 Kenyans.

Land commission chair Swazuri probed for fraud, forgery

Police are investigating National Land Commission (NLC) Chairman Muhammad Swazuri over claims of fraud and forgery.

Kisumu youths ask President Uhuru to visit Kisumu during ASK show

A group of Kisumu youth and business people allied to the Jubilee coalition now want President Uhuru Kenyatta to preside over the opening of the Kisumu Agricultural Show that commences this week.

Muslims end Ramadhan fasting with joy and prayers

Muslims across the country Monday celebrated Idd ul Fitr, marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadhan.

Moi questions Obama's youth mentorship programme

Former President Daniel Moi has questioned US President Barack Obama's Young African Leaders Initiative.

Kenya’s private sector to take lead in road construction

The private sector will now take the lead in construction of roads in the country starting with the 10,000 kilometres in the next five years, the Government announced Monday.

Sh10.6 million unaccounted for in Ruto office

The offices under Deputy President William Ruto and his predecessor Kalonzo Musyoka are required by the auditor general to explain Sh200 million queries in the 2012-2013 financial year.

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