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ICC piles pressure on Kenya to release Uhuru records

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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.

ICC piles pressure on Kenya to release Uhuru records

By Alphonce Shiundu | 7 years ago

Phone records hold clue to terror probe

Phone records hold clue to terror probe

Investigation into a foiled terror attack in Mombasa last week is now centred on three aspects surrounding a car found with explosives. It is focusing on a one-month policy for which the vehicle was insured, the presumed owner of the KAN 410E Toyota Hilux and the profiles of two suspects from Wajir County, now in detention.

The Standard on Sunday Team | 7 years ago

Obama administration defends phone record collection

The Obama administration on Thursday acknowledged that it is collecting a massive amount of telephone records from at least one carrier, reopening the debate over privacy even as it defended the practice as necessary to protect Americans against attack.

Reuters | 8 years ago

Obama administration defends phone record collection

The Obama administration on Thursday acknowledged that it is collecting a massive amount of telephone records from at least one carrier, reopening the debate over privacy even as it defended the practice as necessary to protect Americans against attack.

Reuters | 8 years ago

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