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Kenya to protest over NASA tally centre in Tanzania

NASA's plan to instal a computer server in Tanzania to store its vote tally promises to kick up a diplomatic storm between Kenya and its neighbour. Kenya is expected to lodge a...

Revealed: Why Raila Odinga attended presidential debate

Nasa presidential candidate Raila Odinga said he agreed to attend last night’s debate after getting assurances that he would not have to share the stage with fringe candidates. Mr Odinga told reporters...

20 killed as militias clash in Herale, Somalia

At least 20 people were killed in a two-day fierce gun-battle between rival militias in central Somalia. More than 40 others are said to have been injured after Galmudug forces and Ahlu...

Police explains how woman was shot at KICC in Nairobi

A police officer accused of shooting and injuring a woman outside KICC, Nairobi, has denied responsibility. Constable Reagan Akoko is accused of shooting and injuring Anne Wairimu after a concert by Nigerian...

Robert Mugabe urges youth to register as voters

HARARE, Sunday Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe appealed at the weekend for youths to register in their numbers ahead of national elections next year. Mr Mugabe’s ZANU-PF, which has relied more on the women’s...

Kabul hit by deadly suicide car bomb

A suicide car bomb has exploded in the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing at least 24 people, officials told the BBC. According to the Afghan interior ministry spokesman, at least 42 were also...

Sonko pledges Sh150 parking fee, no charge for mama mbogas at manifesto launch

You will pay only Sh150 for parking if Jubilee's Mike Sonko is elected the next governor of Nairobi. At his manifesto launch on Sunday, the Nairobi Senator also said vegetable vendors will...

Ruling on presidential ballot papers ‘eased tension’

The ruling on the tender for presidential ballot papers was a relief to the judiciary, High Court judge Msagha Mbogholi has said. "The determination eased tension both in the judiciary and the...

Suspicious Kenyans blast IEBC after blackout at headquarters

Kenyans blasted the IEBC on social media on Monday morning after it tweeted about experiencing a blackout at its headquarters. "The power outage at Anniversary Towers should be resolved ASAP. Hurting our...

Laikipia squatters battle ex-president Moi, charities over wildlife park

Samburu herders in Kenya are fighting for control of 17,000 acres of land that a former president sold to become a national park, in a case fraught with tensions over conservation...
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