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Traffic jams are costly, Kenya loses US$1 bil a year because...

Lack of scheduled public transport system one of the main reasons for Nairobi congestion.

7 murid maut, 57 cedera bilik sekolah runtuh

Hospital Kebangsaan Kenyatta berkata 64 murid telah dihantar ke hospital.

Kenyan Kamworor breaks half marathon world record by 17 seconds

Geoffrey Kamworor says breaking the record is very emotional for him.

Zimbabwe isytihar Mugabe sebagai ‘pahlawan negara’

Presiden Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa membuat perisytiharan itu di Parlimen dan negara akan berkabung sehingga jasad Mugabe dikebumikan.

7 killed in flash floods at national park in Kenya

The flash floods killed six family members and their tour guide at Kenya's Hell's Gate

Hidden mysteries lie in wait inside Kenya’s fossil treasury

The backlog at Kenya’s fossil treasury is so big it means there are plenty of unearthed discoveries that have not been identified yet.

Kenyan athlete: I cheat because others cheat

Efforts to curb the supply of doping substances have been hamstrung in Kenya by lax regulation.

Kenyan runner banned 8 years for 2nd doping offence

The 36-year-old runner tests positive for a banned anabolic steroid while competing in the Sao Paulo International marathon in June.

Mane makes up for missed penalty with brace against Kenya

Mane scores from the spot to seal his brace against Kenya after missing a penalty in the first half.

Olunga goals keep Kenya in hunt for last-16 place

Even if Kenya lose their final group match against Senegal, they hope to squeeze into the knockout phase as one of the four best third-place teams.

Kenyan banned after positive test for rat poison substance

Strychnine is on the World Anti-Doping Agency's banned list because it is a stimulant.

Kenya high court upholds law criminalising same-sex unions

Kenya's court upheld its law in criminalising same-sex marriages.

Kenyan court due to rule on decriminalising homosexuality

Activists are optimistic of an eventual ruling in their favour, given recent decisions by the court.

Kenyan radio builds herders’ trust in drought insurance

Mohamed has been using her show to discuss topic such as good governance and livestock breeding to children's rights and challenging gender roles.

Researchers discover ancient giant ‘lion’ in Kenya

A team unearthed the lower jaw, teeth and other bones of a new species.

Cherono wins Boston Marathon by 2 seconds

Lawrence Cherono outkicked Ethiopia's Lelisa Desisa in the final steps of the 26.2-mile race, winning in his Boston Marathon debut in 2:07:57.

Somali refugees at risk if Kenya shuts vast camp

Amnesty International said Kenya should look for solutions, including integration into Kenyan society and resettlement to third countries.

Elusive ‘black panther’ alive and well in Kenya, study shows

Melanistic leopards, otherwise known as black panthers have now confirmed its presence with a series of rare images taken by camera traps.

On Lake Victoria, a green stain spreads across Africa’s blue heart

Agricultural pollution, illegal fishing in spawning grounds and global warming are affecting fish reproduction and catches.

Kenya repels another suspected al-Shabaab attack

The assailants wounded one person when they attempted to hit a Chinese road construction company in Garissa county.

From Westgate fiasco to Dusit, Kenyan response praised

The swift reaction of the Islamist assault on Dusit hotel has received widespread praise.

Five suspects in court over Nairobi hotel attack

A magistrate granted a request from the prosecution to detain four men and one woman for 30 days while investigations continue.

Kenya cops scour rubble as hotel attack toll jumps to 21

CCTV footage shows 4 black-clad, heavily armed men calmly entering the luxury complex.

Kenyan president says Nairobi attackers ‘eliminated’, 14 victims

Kenyan President Kenyatta said 700 civilians had been rescued from the siege.