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Op-Ed: Dangerous to be a Christian Special

2013 was a dangerous year for Christians. Many were tortured and killed, mostly by Islamists throughout the Middle East. Jesus said "love your enemy," so Christians don't usually seek revenge, making them easy targets.
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 7 comments

Radical Kenyan Muslim cleric shot dead in key port city

Mombasa - A prominent hardline Muslim cleric in Kenya was shot dead in Mombasa on Tuesday, amid worsening religious tensions in the strategic port city and gateway to east Africa.
In the Media by AFP

Kenya to charge men in 'grasscutter' case with gang rape

Nairobi - A group of men in Kenya accused of ferociously gang raping a schoolgirl and originally punished by being made to cut grass around a police station are to be formally charged, the public prosecutor said on Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

Kenya seeking funds for drones to help fight poaching

Poaching is still a major problem in sub-Saharan Africa, with Kenya losing 18 rhinos and 51 elephants to well-armed poachers already this year. In 2013, 59 rhinos and 302 elephants were lost, according to the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS).
In the Media by Karen Graham

Elephants can tell men’s voices from women’s

New research suggests that elephants may pick up on differences between the voices of men and women, and even between the speech sounds of two African ethnic groups.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Elephants can tell gender, ethnicity in human voices

African elephants can distinguish the differences in human voices of people of various ages, ethnic groups and genders, according to a new study in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
In the Media by Mike White

Kenyan president takes 20% pay cut

Nairobi - Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced he and his deputy William Ruto will be taking a 20-percent pay cut and ministers' salaries will be reduced by 10 percent in a bid to rein in the country's soaring public wage bill.The pay cuts will take pla...
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Review: ‘Nature's Microworlds: Serengeti’ Special

Although this half hour programme was first screened in July 2012, this is one repeat that is certainly worth a second look.
Digital Journal Report by Alexander Baron - 1 comment

Chinese ivory smuggler gets record sentence after Kenya trial

Nairobi - A court in Kenya on Tuesday slapped a record sentence on a Chinese ivory smuggler, the first person to be convicted under tough new laws designed to stem a surge in poaching.
In the Media by Aymeric VINCENOT (AFP) - 3 comments

Kenya security Westgate attack warnings ignored

Nairobi - Warnings by Kenyan security forces of an impending attack just days before Somalia's Shebab gunmen stormed a Nairobi mall killing at least 67 people last year were ignored, parliamentary investigations have found, according to reports.
In the Media by AFP

Tullow says finds more oil in Kenya

Nairobi - Fresh oil finds were announced Wednesday in Kenya's arid and under-developed north, further raising the prospect of a potential major boost to the country's economy, Tullow Oil said.
In the Media by AFP

Trial of Kenya Westgate mall massacre suspects opens

Nairobi - The trial opened Wednesday of four men charged in connection with the massacre at Kenya's Westgate mall, an attack claimed by Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab insurgents.
In the Media by AFP

Kenyan 'corpse' wakes up in the morgue

Nairobi - Morgue workers in Kenya were shocked and horrified when a 'corpse' "stirred" and started breathing a day after being declared dead.
In the Media by Layne Weiss - 3 comments

Federal court allows Obama's Kenya-born uncle to stay in U.S.

Boston - On Tuesday, a Boston immigration judge ruled that U.S. President Barack Obama's Kenya-born uncle, who had disobeyed a deportation order 20 years ago, can remain in the United States.
In the Media by Scott Tuttle - 5 comments

Goat shows up in court to face sexual abuser

A goat that was the victim of a sexual assault showed up in court to face her attacker, 28-year-old Katana Kitsao Gona, from Kenya.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 2 comments

U.S. and USAID lauded for enhancing economic growth in Africa Special

Kenyase - The American government and the United States agency for International Development (USAID), have won wide applause from a leading Eastern Africa farmers organization for their noble role of promoting economic growth in Africa.
Digital Journal Report by Evans Kanini - 1 comment

Kenyans Mutai and Jeptoo win New York Marathon

New York - After a one-year absence due to Superstorm Sandy, Kenyan Geoffrey Mutai successfully defended his New York City Marathon title Sunday and fellow Kenyan Priscah Jeptoo came from behind to win the women's race.
In the Media by Yukio Strachan

GiveDirectly charity provides free cash to extreme poor in Kenya

Sending money directly to the poorest of poor in Kenya through their cellphones or is a dream come true ... for many. A charity called GiveDirectly has begun doing that very thing, giving struggling people in Kenya some help with no-strings attached.
In the Media by Nancy Houser - 3 comments

Online education attracts seekers of knowledge around the world Special

Maureen Murori, a Kenyan communications officer, is one of the world's millions taking advantage of the internet to harness the benefits of online education or like others call it, e-Learning.
Digital Journal Report by Samuel Okocha

Rape in Kenya

Busia - Kenya has been in the news recently due to terrorism. This is a fairly new development, but there is another crime that is anything but.
In the Media by Alexander Baron
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