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Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, has dismissed his interior minister after al-Shabab militants slaughtered 36 non-Muslim quarry workers.
Security forces in Kenya say they have killed more than 100 Islamist militants, perusing them back to their camp across the border in Somalia.
The President of Kenya has arrived at the International Criminal Court (ICC). He is the first sitting world leader to appear before the Hague-based
Kenya’s president says he will appear at the International Criminal Court this week, becoming the first sitting world leader to do so.
But in a
In Kenya, hundreds of protesters have taken part in an anti-government rally in the capital Nairobi.
Reuters news agency reported security forces
As forensics experts began a fingertip search of Nairobi’s Westgate shopping mall, more footage emerged of soldiers rescuing those trapped inside by
Judges at the International Criminal Court in The Hague have adjourned the trial of Kenyan Vice President William Ruto for a week to allow him to
Kenya’s vice-president William Ruto has denied orchestrating post-election violence in 2007.
Ruto, appearing at the International Criminal Court
The African Union has publicly accused the International Criminal Court of ‘ hunting’ Africans because of their race.
The accusation was made as the
Uhuru Kenyatta has been sworn in as Kenya’s fourth president. Thousands attended the ceremony in Nairobi.
The new president is the son of Kenya’s
Kenya’s president-elect has used an Easter Day mass in the capital Nairobi to thank his compatriots for remaining calm throughout the country’s
The Supreme Court in Kenya has decided that the country’s presidential election earlier this month was free and fair, and judges upheld the result
Defeated Kenyan presidential contender Raila Odinga is challenging the result of the March 4 election.
Odinga, who is Kenya’s current prime
The Kenyan election commission says it will announce the result of last Monday’s presidential poll on Saturday morning.
With most votes counted
Counting in Kenya’s presidential election looks set to go down to the wire, with the prospect of a run-off in April becoming a distinct
Uhuru Kenyatta has emerged as the early frontrunner in Kenya’s presidential poll. The deputy prime minister has a slight lead with a third of votes
As the polls close in Kenya, officials say it is too early to tell the outcome of the hotly-contested presidential election.
Voting passed off
At least a dozen people were killed in election violence in Kenya on Monday according to police sources.
Just before the polls opened it was
Kenya will vote for a new president on Monday, in a fraught election overshadowed by rampant corruption, divisive tribal politics and the threat of
Kenya is bracing itself for a presidential vote on March 4 that is a tight two-way contest between bitter rivals.
One of the top contenders is
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