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Drive launched to keep youth away from crime
The drive focuses on school dropouts and those without any education.


State to compensate five police torture victims
The State wanted the cases dismissed over the long delay in filing them.


Row looms over luxury camp on Mara River
Lekenit will on Tuesday hold a joint stakeholders meeting.


UN pledges to curb sale and use of mercury
Kenya was accused of being the main supply hub for mercury.


Families in N. Kenya migrate as hunger bites
In Baragoi, Samburu North, more than 55,000 people are facing a humanitarian crisis.


Sonko praises matatu operators as traffic flow eases
Sonko said the county will deploy 300 marshals to ensure free flow of traffic.


Strike: Tough times ahead for patients
Expectant mothers and newborns are the most affected by the strike.


Nasa turns down IEBC's request to call-off protests
Nasa has set some conditions that the commission must meet before the poll.


Work on new law courts in Mombasa set to start
The four-storey building, to be named Justice Tower, will house all divisions of the High Court.


IEBC promises transparent and accountable poll
Mr Chebukati says IEBC is bound by a two-year framework agreement with the Dubai firm


Religious leaders attempt to solve election issue
Nasa has called for street protests on Tuesday.


Officials blame polls for loss of rights to host football contest
Sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario has remained tight-lipped.


Igad urges Kenyans to take part in poll
The group condemned the ongoing plans to remove electoral officials from office.


Ngilu and Ndotto find themselves in an uneasy alliance
Ndotto began his career as a district officer.


Abduba Dida pushes for removal of Ezra Chiloba
He said they should pave way for investigations.


Action on jam to make or break Sonko
Traffic jams provide a field day for carjackers, muggers, pickpockets and other opportunistic criminals.


Women businesses need process reform
Supplying county and national governments is easy; chasing the payment is the harder part.


Let’s grab the chance to trounce human traffickers and smugglers
We have the tools to disrupt organised crime networks through intelligence sharing.


Kenyatta-Odinga blood feud would be best umpired by UN
Odinga does not have the power to stop the election.


Uhuru asks Raila Odinga to hold peaceful protests
They warned that any breach of peace would be met with the full force of the law.


Fire destroys property in Siwot Secondary
The cause of the fire has not been established.


Ex-LSK boss Mboya objects to law on House powers
Mr Mboya claims that the law came into effect as a result of a flawed process.


Address hunger, banditry
As the country obsesses with the repeat presidential poll slated for October 26, a humanitarian emergency is unfolding across parts of north-eastern and the North Rift regions, where thousands of Kenyans are faced with starvation.


Punish purveyors of insults, hate speech
It is criminal and unacceptable to abuse and insult the President.


Bankers see less loan earnings from 2018
Interest income from customer loans is seen reducing from January next year when banks adopt new tougher standards of scrutinising borrowers, officials said.


CJ David Maraga draws cheers in Tanzania
CJ David Maraga receives raucous applause and cheers from participants of a high-profile meeting.


Maize farmers say flour subsidy to destabilise market
Growers have criticised the extension of a government subsidy on maize flour, saying the decision is likely to destabilise the market.


Help women plan for pregnancy to reduce deaths
Kenya has an average of four children per woman, down from nine children per woman in 1979.


Wildlife pays the price of Laikipia ranch clashes
Herder-conservationist conflict decimated populations


ASK DOC: I’m off the pill, but I can’t conceive
I am 33 years old. I have been off the pill for nine months now, yet I am still unable to conceive.


Kenya’s disease burden
Respiratory system ailments, HIV/Aids, diarrhoea and child deaths singled out as the country’s worst health challenges.


HEALTH: Sex tourism puts girls at higher risk of HIV
Early sex, marriage and drug abuse have led to high HIV infection rates among girls and young women


Narrow escape from the call of death
A maternal near-miss refers to a woman who nearly died but survived a complication that occurred during pregnancy.


Brazil sugar raises Kenya stockpile to cover five months
Kenya has amassed sugar stocks to run for the next five months, raising hopes for stable prices of the commodity for the rest of the year.


Mwendwa: I will not resign
“I can say a lot of things but at the moment I am not resigning. That’s it!"


Nakumatt, Zoo Kericho in limbo
The two teams were last week eliminated from the league’s remaining fixtures.


Kenyans keep overall title in Mombasa
Team Kenya won 23 gold medals, 22 silver and 30 bronze to finish tops


Warsaw Marathon organisers blasted
Kenyan Recho Kosgei, who collapsed with only 800m to the finishing line, was not assisted.


Police arrest Embakasi East MP Babu Owino
His arrest comes a day after he made derogatory remarks allegedly targeting President Uhuru Kenyatta.


Patel fires Kanbis to league win
Rakep Patel blasted a scintillating century to sink Swamibapa.


Homesick Conte ready to return to Italy
And he has no doubt Italy will make the World Cup in Russia next year.


Morjaria wins CIC series
Playing off handicap 18, Morjaria carded an impressive 40 points.


Kevin Kemboi commits suicide after he was linked to a scam
Kevin Kemboi, procurement officer, left a suicide note citing frustrations related to forensic financial audit.


Residents in fear after police issue them threats
Residents say security personnel involved in Operation Linda Boni threatened to ‘finish’ the entire Koreni village.


Mourinho escapes further action after sending-off
The Portuguese was dismissed in the Premier League clash at Southampton.


Fifa scraps ban on poppies on football shirts
Britain's Sports Minister Tracey Crouch welcomed the decision.


Consolidate environmental programmes in Nairobi, CS Amina urges UN
CS wants the UN to fully consolidate headquarters functions of its environment programmes in Nairobi.


David Manyara faces hate speech charges
David Manyara is accused of uttering words aimed at stirring ethnic violence between Kenyan communities.


Supremacy battles in Taita Taveta Jubilee camp threaten to tear party
Leaders in Taita Taveta divided on campaign funds and head of team spearheading campaigns.


Government, FKF blame politics for Chan loss
Caf has agreed to support the country's bid to host the 2019 Fifa Under-20 World Cup.


Obama personally warned Zuckberberg over fake news: report
Fake news on Facebook driven by Russian operatives swayed the 2016 US election, report says.


MY HUSTLE: From job hunting woes to a passion-driven success
Florence, 23, approached her mother with a business proposal after her job-hunting efforts proved futile


Holders Real face Dortmund test
The Spanish giants are winless in six trips to Dortmund though.


Dortmund out to ruin Ronaldo milestone
Dortmund and title holders Real meet in the group stage for the second year running.


Ronaldo's slow start sparks Ballon d'Or race
Ronaldo will be looking to forget his early season struggles.


Klopp makes weak case for Liverpool defence
Liverpool ended a four-game winless run by prevailing 3-2 at Leicester City on Saturday.


J.Lo. donates $1M to hurricane-hit Puerto Rico
The pop star and actress helped launch an effort by New York state to support the hurricane-battered US island.


Lake Olbolosatt in Nyandarua on the verge of extinction
Tens of acres previously occupied by blue waters now a free grazing area


I was in London, Supreme Court judge says
Judge says he was in the United Kingdom.


President Kenyatta set to campaign in Embu, Tharaka Nithi
President to have a meet the people tour in Embu and Chuka towns


Anti-graft, DCI teams to probe Supreme Court registrar
Move follows complaint over documents relied on by Supreme Court judges.


Fire destroys Migori county supplies store
Police investigating cause of fire.


Dar pulls thel plug on non-EPZ Kenyan goods
Tanzania says move meant to protect local industries from unfair competition


Why Kenya lost rights to host 16-nation Africa soccer contest
Continent’s football chiefs indict sports officials for lying about the state of country’s preparedness.


Trump’s friends 'trying to get rich' in Africa should be a wake-up call
The African appetite for Western streaming platforms such as Netflix is exploding


We were never going to host Chan tourney
Whoever bids for Kenya to host any other tournament should be jailed!


IEBC Commissioner Akombe says WhatsApp messages fake
Commissioner says allegations aimed at painting IEBC negatively.


If Gor fail to win league, Mwendwa will bear blame
He has already messed the game in the one year he has been at the helm.


Japan's Abe poised to call snap election
Prime Minister seeking to take advantage of a political opposition in disarray.


Germany Chancellor Merkel wins fourth term
Anti-Islam, anti-immigration party becomes Germany's third biggest political force.


Non performing foreign players should be fired
Discipline is one of the most important elements in any sport.


Thousands of online forex traders face CMA crackdown
Kenya’s online currency traders are now required to obtain a licence from the Capital Markets Authority, (CMA) to continue in the business.


Trump issues new travel ban
US President removes Sudan from list.


How State bungled Chan bid
What next for Kenya after Caf takes away football event?


Change in textbook policy needs rethink
The State would recommend six textbooks per subject and let schools pick from the list.


State to blame for Chan
Kenya dragged its feet in preparing the grounds after winning hosting rights.


Crimes of UN officers must be tried by fair, external tribunal
Mr Guterres promised to improve whistleblower protection at the UN, which has had a dismal record.


Petitions for judges’ removal an affront to judicial independence
They are politically motivated and purely meant to intimidate the judges.


Could hurricanes herald Earth’s end?
Predictions of and accompanying horrors of Earth’s end aren’t new.


Deputy President’s Sh10m ‘donation’ splits church
Church leadership denies money meant to make followers vote for President Kenyatta.