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Kenyan sculptor turns scrap metal into art with a message
Two life-size lions crafted from scrap metal guard the entrance to the studio of Kenyan metal sculptor Kioko Mwitiki. Nearby a leopard, with holes in its metal body to mimic spots, crouches next to a giant elephant sculpture.
UN warns of 'extreme danger' to food supply amid locusts swarming into Kenya
The UN warned of a “significant and extremely dangerous” escalation in the number of desert locusts descending on Kenya, as the government strives to contain the threat before it reaches the country’s food-producing regions.
Landslides kill 36 people as heavy rains lash northwestern Kenya
At least 36 people, including seven children, have been killed by landslides triggered by unusually heavy rains in northwestern Kenya, a local governor said on Saturday.
Landslides kill at least 36 people as heavy rains lash northwestern Kenya
At least 36 people, including seven children, have been killed by landslides triggered by unusually heavy rains in northwestern Kenya, a local official said on Saturday.
Kenya reaps first billion from oil exports but economic forecast remains cloudy
Kenya has earned its first billion shillings from oil exports from the Turkana facility. But analysts say the milestone has been overshadowed by a cloud of economic gloom.
Kenya’s biggest bank chases down defaulters to stem loan losses
KCB Group Plc is pursuing defaulters as Kenya’s biggest lender combines recently purchased National Bank of Kenya Ltd. into its operations.
Human trafficking disguised as opportunity of a lifetime
Six years ago Mary Njambi* received news of a once-in-a-lifetime job opportunity far away from her poverty-stricken village situated in the heart of Kiambu County, Central Kenya. She was 20 years old, a single mother and out of work.
Kenya becomes third African nation to introduce world's first malaria vaccine
Kenya on Friday added the world’s first malaria vaccine to the routine immunization schedule for children under two, becoming the third country in Africa to roll out the vaccine for the disease that kills one child globally every two minutes.
Kenya tour group swept away by flash flood
Two people were confirmed dead and five others are missing after a tour group was swept away by a flash flood during heavy rains in a Kenyan national park.
Alarming cases of poisoning cast doubts on food handling in Kenya
The increasing cases of food contamination leading to deaths and hospitalization of Kenyans has cast doubts on just how safe the food the people eat is handled.
Has Kenya's plastic bag ban worked?
Two years ago, Kenya introduced a ban on plastic carrier bags.
Aid groups warn against Kenya's UN bid to sanction Al-Shabaab
Kenya is urging the UN to list Al-Shabaab under the same sanctions as Al-Qaeda and the Daesh, but foreign donors said the move could leave millions in drought-stricken Somalia without aid.
Hidden mysteries lie in wait inside Kenya's fossil treasury
The only hint that something extraordinary lay inside the plain wooden drawer in an unassuming office behind Nairobi National Museum was a handwritten note stuck to the front: "Pull Carefully".
Polio vaccination drive rolled out in 103 public health facilities in Nairobi, Kenya
At least one million children below five years in Nairobi, Kenya, are set to be vaccinated in the ongoing national polio vaccination campaign that kicked off on Saturday.
Ten killed as roadside bomb hits Kenyan police vehicle near Somali border
At least 10 Kenyan police officers have been killed after an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) planted by militants struck their vehicle near the Somali border.

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