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  • Truvada pill urged for AIDS prevention after promising studies

    Truvada pill urged for AIDS prevention after promising studies
    As the U.S. Food and Drug Administrationweighs approval of a radical new method of AIDS prevention — a prescription pill taken once a day — advocates say the results of experimental trials in sub-Saharan Africa argue strongly for the drug's...
  • Your Scene: Baby boom in Kenya

    Your Scene: Baby boom in Kenya
    "Babies were everywhere," said Linda Taylor, who noticed a baby boom during her safari in Kenya earlier this year. At Lake Nakuru National Park, about 100 miles northwest of Nairobi, this rhino pair caught Taylor's eye as it crossed a road to a field....
  • Your Scene: A hopeful lovebird's nest in Kenya

    Your Scene: A hopeful lovebird's nest in Kenya
    The straw-colored balls dangling from this acacia tree look like tumbleweed, but they're actually bird nests, built by the aptly named weaver bird. Jack Seifert encountered the nests at the Samburu National Reserve in Kenya during a safari in early...
  • Ngugi wa Thiong'o soars 'In the House of the Interpreter'

    Ngugi wa Thiong'o soars 'In the House of the Interpreter'
    -------------------- In the House of the Interpreter A Memoir Ngugi wa Thiong'o Pantheon: 256 pp., $25.95 -------------------- "In the House of the Interpreter," the new memoir by the celebrated African writer Ngugi wa Thiong'o, takes us to the...
  • Off the trash heap

    Off the trash heap
    Upcycled fashion is no longer just for hard-core environmentalists. The idea of wearing items made from cast-off skateboards, inner tubes, plastic trash bags, car seat belts — even wartime bombs and bullets — is no longer considered bizarre...
  • Wangari Maathai dies at 71; Kenyan environmentalist

    Wangari Maathai dies at 71; Kenyan environmentalist
    Wangari Maathai, a Kenyan environmentalist who made it her mission to teach her countrywomen to plant trees and became Africa's first female Nobel Peace Prize winner, has died. She was 71. One of Kenya's most beloved figures, Maathai died Sunday after...
  • Widow of London Underground bomber sought for alleged Kenya plot

     
    Widow of London Underground suicide bomber suspected of alleged terror plans in Kenya: Kenyan police suspect Samantha Lewthwaite, 28, the British widow of Jermaine Linday, one of the 2005 London Underground suicide bombers,of involvement in a terror...
  • Sex workers march for legalization, against harassment in Kenya

     
    Male and female sex workers marched through the streets of Nairobi on Tuesday with orange-and-black masks that said "Sex workers rights are human rights." Some hoisted signs saying "My body my business."...
  • India finds its true 'Slumdog millionaire'

     
    India quiz show: The 2008 Oscar-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" story came to life this week when a struggling government clerk from eastern India won $1 million in a TV game show....
  • U.S. denies role in Kenya's Somalia operation

     
    U.S. denies role in Kenya's Somalia operation: The U.S. denied any role in Kenya's invasion of Somalia, as Kenya sentenced a Shabab militant to life in prison for a grenade attack at a crowded bus station....
  • Somalis fleeing famine killed by Kenyan raid, aid group says

     
    Aid group says Kenya forces attacked camp. Aid group Doctors Without Borders said five Somalis were killed and dozens injured Sunday in an airstrike by Kenyan forces on a displaced persons camp in the southern Somalia town of Jilib....