We, the leaders of the G7, met in Ise-Shima on 26 and 27 May 2016 to address major global economic and political challenges. Global growth remains moderate and below potential, while risks of weak growth persist. Escalated geo-political conflicts, terrorism …"G7 Ise-Shima Leaders’ Declaration"
The British government told a court in London that claims from 40,000 Kenyans that they were beaten, raped, and mistreated during the British campaign against the Mau Mau rebellion cannot be fairly tried sixty years later. Responding to a lawsuit …"Claims of mistreatment of Mau Mau rebels “cannot be fairly tried”: U.K. government"
About 4,000 small-scale farmers across Kenya are to be trained on how to use environmentally-friendly botanical pesticides as a way of improving yields and reducing costs.
The National Museums of Kenya will offer information to the farmers on which plants …"SMALL-SCALE FARMERS IN KENYA TO BE TRAINED IN USE OF BOTANICAL PESTICIDES"
Internet penetration in Kenya is expected to grow exponentially following the setting up of an office here by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), its first ever regional engagement office in Africa.
ICANN is tasked with various …"INTERNET PENETRATION IN KENYA TO GROW EXPONENTIALLY"
About three months after the Malindi by-election, Kilifi Woman Representative Aisha Jumwa has begun campaigns to oust the new MP Willy Mtengo in next year’s General Election.
Ms Jumwa says her political friendship with Mr Mtengo ended after he was …"Kenya: Woman Rep Readies to Unseat Malindi MP"
If the Kenyan government is bluffing over its announcement that it will close Dadaab refugee camp by November and repatriate 350,000 Somalis back across the border, then it’s a more elaborate ruse than usual.
Consider this: it has gone to …"Will Kenya really close Dadaab?"