October 21, 2014

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Senior cop poisoned in Nairobi -

Monday, October 20, 2014

Migori MCA among students sitting for KCSE examinations -

Monday, October 20, 2014

Kenya in fresh bid to bring ICC cases back to country -

Monday, October 20, 2014

Kenyan national threatened to kill employer’s children, court told -

Monday, October 20, 2014

Kenya Airways runs out of fuel midair, makes emergency landing in Mombasa -

Monday, October 20, 2014

Death Announcement-Mrs. Mary Wanjiru Kinyanjui mom Patrick Warui of Dallas, TX -

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Police to charge James Orengo with land grabbing -

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Over 90,000 Kenyans live in the US, most in DFW, shows census -

Sunday, October 19, 2014

[VIDEO] House-help’s nightmare: I had to strip naked, act mad to end my misery in Saudi Arabia -

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Kenyan children caught up in US Ebola scare -

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Eugene Wamalwa, Musalia Mudavadi brush off jobs claims

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FORMER Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi and the former Justice and Constitutional Affairs minister Eugene Wamalwa have said they are not interested in State jobs. The two said they are comfortable with what they are doing, adding those who are sympathising with them should stop it. Wamalwa said he is a practising lawyer, while Mudavadi is focussing on his businesses. ‘’I am a lawyer by profession and not just a simple one, I am an international lawyer, so people should not sympathise with me,” said Wamalwa. Speaking during the burial of Wamalwa’s brother, Stephen Wamalwa at Kamukuywa area, the two…

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Desire for beauty cost me hands, legs and buttocks

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A mother of two has told how her quest for a bigger bottom left her a quadruple amputee , and 24 hours from death. Apryl michelle Brown had black-market silicone injections which turned out to be bathroom sealant. It left her in agony and led to her losing her hands and feet, as well as her buttocks. the 46-year-old former hair- dresser blames “vanity” and wants to warn others of the ter- rible dangers of such illegal treat- ments. Apryl said: “I’ve paid a ter- rible price for vanity and I’ll pay for the rest of my life. But I…

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Raila headed for clash with President Uhuru and VP Ruto

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A high-level meeting held by Raila Odinga’s coalition on Thursday last week laid the ground for a confrontation that could fan fierce rivalry between the former Prime Minister and President Uhuru Kenyatta. At the meeting, an emotional Raila, who has taken up the task of leading the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) from outside National Assembly and Senate, instructed the members in attendance to step forward to protect the Constitution and keep Uhuru’s Jubilee Coalition on its toes. By so doing, the leader of Kenya’s second biggest political coalition set in motion a series of events that would predictably put him…

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In prior immigration overhaul, legalized farmworkers prospered

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MADERA, Calif. (AP) — After Paulino Mejia crossed the border illegally into the U.S. in 1980, he picked grapes, peaches and other crops in California’s agricultural heartland, lived in crowded rental housing, hid from immigration agents and sent paychecks to family in his native Mexico. His life, however, changed in 1986, when Congress agreed to allow immigrants who were in the country illegally to get legal status — with a special provision that focused on farmworkers. Mejia then stopped living in fear. He left agriculture to join a construction company that hired only legal workers, sent his two daughters to…

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Suspected terrorist was freed from Kenya jail after UK request

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Mombasa, Kenya: One of the two men held for butchering a soldier on a London street last week was freed from Kenyan custody at the request of UK officials, it emerged Sunday. Michael Adebolajo — who gave his name, then as Michael Olemindis Ndemolajo — was arrested by police in December 2010 in Kenya on suspicion of links to Al Shabaab after he and a group of youths attempted to take a boat ride to Somalia. Adebolajo was believed to have been preparing to train and fight with the Al-Qaeda-linked Somali militant group Al-Shabab in 2010 when he was arrested…

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Video : Weapons found near Kibaki’s Mweiga home

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A rifle and 117 rounds of ammunition were on Sunday found hidden near former President Mwai Kibaki’s retirement home in Mweiga, Nyeri County. The rifle had been modified to fire different ammunitions, and it is suspected that the weapons were used to kill a rhino at the highly guarded Solio Ranch, which is just a few kilometers from the area.

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Uhuru Kenyatta in secret talks with John Kerry as leaders condemn ICC cases

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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: President Uhuru Kenyatta met US Secretary of State John Kerry Sunday against the background of strong sentiment from fellow African leaders against the International Criminal Court (ICC). His meeting with Kerry, whose subject remained private, took place even as it emerged from the closed session Sunday that 53 countries out 54 had all expressed dissatisfaction at alleged humiliation and embarrassment of African leaders by The Hague-based ICC. However, any resolution by the AU is not binding on the ICC in the two Kenyan cases where President Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto and journalist Joshua Sang are facing charges of crimes against humanity. Kenyatta’s is…

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Meet Annabel Mbaru the second Kenyan representative to Big Brother Africa

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The second representative to this years Big Brother Africa is Annabel Mbaru also known as Anne Mbaru. According to Big Brother Africa Website, Annabel is a Student and fashion designer. She does not doesn’t have any children – but considers her pets to be her babies. She enjoys reading philosophical literature. Her favourite foods include Ethiopian, Nigerian, Oriental and Italian and she lists her favourite TV show as Big Brother. Annabel’s favourite place in Kenya is Mombasa, because she loves the water and says it’s the only place she finds peace and tranquillity. Outside of Kenya, she loves Greece or…

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{Video} Killer Mothers: Risks Of Backstreet Abortions

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Hundreds of young Kenyan women are procuring abortions every day, with some going through harrowing procedures to get rid of that unwanted pregnancy.And in most cases, the risks to one’s health are often ignored. We spoke to two such women who ended up in hospital after procuring backstreet abortions.

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Video: Meet Huddah Monroe, Kenya’s representative in Big Brother Africa

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Huddah is a model with a Diploma in Programming. She loves Chinese food, ugali and fish. Huddah’s favourite place in Kenya is Mombasa, and she says the best thing about Africa is the diversified cultures and natural resources. Her favourite place outside Kenya is Miami, because it’s a beautiful place and she loves tropical weather. Her role model is Marilyn Monroe, because “she was intelligent, a go-getter, a sexy woman with a charming smile and also very popular”. Huddah entered Big Brother because she believes it’s a once in a lifetime experience and she felt she really needed to be…

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