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Kenya to use Alphabet's balloons for rural internet
Kenya will use Alphabet Inc’s system of balloons to beam high-speed Internet access in hopes of connecting more of its rural population to the web, its ICT minister said.
1000s of Kenyans go hungry after floods, aid agencies say
Tens of thousands of survivors of Kenya's worst floods in recent years are living on the brink with barely enough food to eat two months after the disaster, aid workers warned on Wednesday, calling on authorities to provide increased funding and support.
Ten people killed as domestic flight crashes in Kenya
Eight passengers and two pilots were killed when a scheduled domestic flight to Kenya’s capital Nairobi crashed into a mountain late on Tuesday, a senior government official said on Thursday.
Kenya’s president approves controversial cyber-crimes law
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has approved a controversial law against the online publications of inappropriate content, a move which critics say would enable the leadership in the Horn of Africa country to further tighten their grip on journalists and opposition activists.
Kenyan dam bursts causes ‘huge destruction’, 20 bodies recovered so far
A dam burst overnight in a Kenyan town after heavy rain, causing “huge destruction” and deaths
Kenya calls for using Iran technology potentials
Member of Kenya special economic zones Laban Onditi Rao called for taking advantage of Iran's potentials and experiences in agriculture and modern technology fields.
Flooding kills 15, injure scores more in Kenya (Video)
At least 15 people were killed and scores injured in heavy rains and flooding, Kenya's Daily Nation said on Friday.
Kenyan president, opposition leader meet in bid to heal divisions
The Kenyan president, Uhuru Kenyatta, met the opposition leader, Raila Odinga, in public for the first time since last year’s disputed elections, with the pair promising to heal the country’s divisions.
Kenya arrests lawyer, keeps TV stations shut after Odinga 'inauguration'
Kenya on Friday arrested an opposition lawyer and defied a court order to lift a ban on three private television stations that had covered the symbolic presidential inauguration of opposition leader Raila Odinga.
Kenyan journalists, fearing arrest, camp out in their newsroom
Three Kenyan journalists said on Thursday they spent the night in their newsroom in fear of arrest, watching plainclothes policemen camped outside, and that their lawyers would file court petitions in the morning seeking to ensure their freedom.
Odinga symbolically sworn in as Kenya’s ‘people’s president’
Kenya now has a ‘people’s president’ as the adamant opposition leader Raila Odinga is sworn in a mock ceremony branded by the government as treason.
Kenyan opposition leader 'sworn in' as event called treason
In a ceremony that Kenya's government warned would be treason, opposition leader Raila Odinga on Tuesday was sworn in as "the people's president" during a mock inauguration protesting President Uhuru Kenyatta's new term after months of deadly election turmoil.
30 dead in central Kenya bus crash
Thirty people were killed and 16 injured early Sunday morning in a head-on collision between a bus and a lorry on a road in central Kenya, police said.
92 killed, dozens sexually assaulted in Kenya turmoil: Rights watchdog
At least 92 people have been killed and dozens more sexually assaulted during Kenya's months of election turmoil, a human rights watchdog says.
Tanzania, Kenya in diplomatic spat over cows, chickens
A diplomatic spat over cows and chickens has worsened already frosty ties between Kenya and Tanzania, with Nairobi lodging a formal protest against its neighbor, the foreign minister said Wednesday.

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