Last Updated: December 20, 2014 23:54

Kenya

Uhuru says law will deter aggression
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President Uhuru Kenyatta has defended the controversial security law. Speaking yesterday after signing the Security Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2014, he said for the first time, a law that focuses on prevention and disruption of threats is in place.

EACC threatens to send home rowdy MPs
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The anti-graft agency will investigate the chaos that transpired in Parliament and initiate a process of sending home MPs who misbehaved.

Political parties tribunal temporarily stops TNA from taking PNU offices
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The Political Parties Dispute Tribunal has stopped the The National Alliance (TNA) from occupying offices of Party of National Unity (PNU) along Musa Gitau Road in Westland’s Nairobi.

Government publishes 37 amended laws
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The government has published a special issue of the Kenya Gazzette Supplement where some 37 laws have been amended through the Miscellaneous Amendment Act 2014.

Coast tops in people sleeping hungry
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A survey by Ipsos shows Coast has more people sleeping hungry, while Central has majority of people whose economic conditions have improved in the last three months.

Security law will be in vain where corruption thrives, President told
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President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto have come under stinging criticism over high-level corruption in the country, which security and legal experts say is the genesis of rising insecurity.

Eight charged over protests at Parliament
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Eight demonstrators accused of taking part in protests outside Parliament were yesterday released on Sh300,000 bond each on charges of engaging in unlawful assembly.

Blow to vetting board on scrutiny of judicial officers
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The Supreme Court has settled the stalemate between judges and the Sharad Rao-led vetting board after it ruled that the board has no powers to investigate issues arising after promulgation of the Constitution.

‘Okoa Kenya’, ‘Pesa Mashinani: Itchy referendum debate
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The referendum bid mooted by governors and the Opposition was to address the many challenges that affected the country in 2014.

The year was tough for governors, but we shall overcome says Ruto
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County governments have had their fair share of setbacks, misfortunes and successes as the curtain falls on 2014

Relief for men with fatal bleeding disorder
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Martin Munene is a happy young man. For years, the Form Four student at Kibumbu Secondary School in Meru has been subjected to ridicule. Not any more.

Joy to the world, but no cheer for Kenyans from our local artistes
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Barring the fact that Christmas is a secular ritual traceable to the Roman Empire, does Jesus Christ usually smile from ear to ear each time a Christmas carol is sung to celebrate his birth?

Jubilee, CORD battle as Uhuru signs new law
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President Uhuru Kenyatta assented to the controversial Security Laws (Amendment) Bill yesterday, less than 24 hours after Jubilee MPs forced it through Parliament.

Majority of Kenyans want Raila to quit politics - Ipsos poll
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Majority of Kenyans want former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to quit national politics, according to a new opinion poll. Still, most of the respondents alluded confidence in the new ODM leadership.

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