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- Girl aged 12 who beat cancer kicked out of school for missing class
- School pupil carries disabled best friend to lessons for 3 years and pair get top marks
- Prisoner 'hires three bodyguards to protect him from other inmates in prison'
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- Grandma left with gruesome gaping hole in leg after tattoo becomes infected
- Woman who had stars tattooed on face as rebellious teenager says no-one will employ her now
- Plumber 'gives birth' to identical twin after having pains in his stomach
- Four-year-old boy frisked and has Nerf gun confiscated at airport
- Formation of JAP short-sighted and could hurt Uhuru’s administration Makau Mutua I don’t know who came up with the idea of the Jubilee Alliance Party. Nor do I know why anyone would dream up “JAP.”
- Mutula's spirit lives on two years after his death Kethi D Kilonzo Today marks two years since that day we found you on your bed in your favourite home. Valhalla, where kings lie. You had a grin on your face. Or was it a smirk? Even in death, head held high, unbowed.
- Radicalisation means different things to diverse groups Billow Kerrow Just what does the term radicalisation mean, in relation to the war on terrorism? We use it quite often but we all attach a different meaning to it, and its causes.
- Kenyans now appreciate the benefits of devolution Kamotho Waiganjo This was devolution celebration week. The negative press that tended to define conversations on devolution, ranging from MCAs travel to exotic destinations and Governors spending more time motorcading through Nairobi than resolving health in their counties was absent.
- Skeptics must learn that counties will be more effective with extra funding Anyang' Nyong'o Some time in the late 1950s, a British colonial officer came to our village in Ratta, in then Central Nyanza District, for a public baraza with us.