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  • 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....
  • Kenya says its forces will stay in Somalia as long as it takes

     
    Kenya's military operation in Somalia could be drawn out. The Kenyan armed forces commander says the Somalia invasion was a "spur of the moment" decision, but troops will stay as long as it takes to subdue Al Shabab....
  • U.S. warns of possible terror attack in Nigeria

     
    Nigerian police hunt terror group: As the death toll from weekend attacks in northern Nigerian by the militant group Boko Haram reached more than 100, the U.S. Embassy warned of possible terror attacks on three hotels in Abuja, the Nigerian capital....
  • Kenyan court orders arrest of Sudanese President Bashir

     
    Sudan Kenya: Sudanese President Omar Bashir should be arrested and turned over to the International Criminal Court in The Hague if he visits Kenya again, a Kenyan court ordered Monday....
  • Doctors on strike in Kenya seek higher pay, better conditions

     
    Public-sector doctors on strike in Kenya marched in the capital of Nairobi on Wednesday, demanding more pay and better equipment as patients sought care in public hospitals manned by trainees and teaching staff....
  • 4 Kenyan politicians to stand trial over post-election violence

     
    The International Criminal Court has ordered four powerful politicians in Kenya to stand trial for crimes against humanity....
  • Kenya Wildlife Service reports deaths of three suspected poachers, five elephants, over the past week

     
    NAIROBI, Kenya — The Kenya Wildlife Service says three suspected poachers have been killed after the poaching deaths of five elephants in two national parks over the last week. The wildlife service said Monday that rangers gunned down a suspected......
  • Kenyan officials seize 2 tons of ivory, rhinoceros horns destined for Malaysia at Nairobi airport

     
    NAIROBI, Kenya — Wildlife officers seized 2 tons of elephant ivory and five rhino horns at Kenya's main airport that were to be illegally shipped to Malaysia, an official said Tuesday. Paul Udoto, a spokesman with the Kenya wildlife Service,......
  • Kenya's conflict isn't 'tribal'

    I first started working in Kenya when conducting research for my master's degree in 1991 at the University of Nairobi. It was a time of great hope and excitement. With the fall of the Berlin Wall, we saw a resurgence of democracy's "third wave," and it...
  • 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...