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Local news for Nairobi, Kenya continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

3 hrs ago | Voice of America

Rural Kenyans Move for Opportunity, Cause Housing Shortage in Nairobi

In Kenya, towns and cities are growing fast. It's estimated at least 100,000 people move per year from their rural homes to the capital Nairobi in search of opportunities.


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7 hrs ago | EKathimerini

The story of Kenyan woman's escape from genital mutilation

Everyone who knows her speaks of a kind, low-key woman who only rarely shares her story.


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11 hrs ago | Coatings World

BASF Opens Concrete Admixture Production Facility in Nairobi, Kenya

BASF inaugurated its new production plant for concrete admixtures in Nairobi. The production site will allow BASF to better meet the increasing demand for construction chemicals of customers in Eastern Africa.


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15 hrs ago | In-depth Africa

South Sudan dismisses attempt on president Kiir's life in Ethiopia

August 27, 2014 The South Sudanese presidency has dismissed rumours of an assassination attempt on president Salva Kiir as "fabricated lies" meant to "scare-off" the latter from representing the country at international forums.


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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Kenya: CMA and NSE in New Plan to Attract Upcoming Investors

Capital markets Authority and the Nairobi Securities Exchange has renewed strategies to help uplift the poorly performing Growth Enterprise Market Segment.


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Inter Press Service

Civil Society Condemns Immunity for Sitting African Leaders Accused of Serious Crimes

Some of the Kenyans who were forcefully evicted from their homes in Rift Valley during the 2007/2008 post-election violence.


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Voice of America

Study: Roads Expanding Fast Worldwide, Better Planning Needed to Aid Food Output

A site manager from China Wuyi, Sinohydro and Shengeli Engineering Construction Group checks progress on Kenya's Nairobi-Thika highway project, a $28 billion enterprise paid for by China, Kenya and the African Development Bank.


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Big News

HIV Groups in Kenyan Slum Organize Self-Help

Kenyans living with HIV or AIDS in Kibera, Nairobi's largest slum, are finding support groups essential to coping with the health, economic and social challenges they face.


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Elephant Population Tipping Points and Domestic American Ivory Markets

Orphaned baby elephants run for bottle-feeding at the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage within the Nairobi National Park, near Kenya's capital Nairobi, August 6, 2014.


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New Scientist

Mapping the web of disease in Nairobi's invisible city

THE Dandora landfill site in eastern Nairobi is a monument to the Kenyan capital's runaway growth; a junk monolith built by the city's 3 million citizens.


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Police shoot to death criminals near U.N., U.S. sites in Nairobi

Police killed three people trying to steal a truck near a United Nations complex and the nearby U.S. embassy in Nairobi on Wednesday, police said, but staff at both sites said they were continuing with normal business soon afterwards.


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Kenya: We Have No Cash to Pay Salaries, Says Governors

GOVERNORS have raised the alarm, saying that services could grind to a halt in the counties because of the delayed disbursement of funds for the current financial year.


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Small Business Trends

Solar Powered Startup Provides Protection Against Lion Attacks

How do you stop a lion from attacking your farm animals? If this isn't a problem you encounter often, then you probably weren't aware that bright lights help keep the predatory animals away at night.


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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Right Wing News

A Firewall is Needed Against Militant Islam

In politics, consider the example of the 1988 United States presidential race. After several embarrassing defeats in early primaries, then-Vice President George H.W. Bush's campaign manager announced to staff and supporters that South Carolina and its influential primary would be the firewall for the Bush campaign.


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Customer Interaction Solutions

MPs raise confusion on cost of Safaricom tender [Business Daily (Kenya)]

Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) MPs last evening voted to compel telecommunications company Safaricom to set aside 30 per cent of a multi-billion shilling security surveillance contract for local firms, even as it emerged that it will cost taxpayers Sh35.9 billion to roll out the project countrywide.


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The Columbus Dispatch

Man shot to death Monday identified as North Linden resident

Meshack K. Mwangi was found with a gunshot wound in his upper body in front of 3526 Greenwich St. at 11:51 p.m. Monday.

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Malaysian National News Agency

Kenya Drops Visa Rules For South Africans

Confirmation has been received from Nairobi that the Kenyan government has, for the time being, suspended the introduction of what has been described retaliatory Visa requirements for South African citizens.


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Deseret News

UN helicopter shot down in South Sudan

In this Sunday, Dec. 22, 2013 file photo released by the United Nations Mission in South Sudan , a United Nations MI-8 helicopter transporting wounded civilians from Bor, the capital of Jonglei state and said to be the scene of fierce clashes between government troops and rebels, arrives at the airport in Juba, South Sudan.


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ABC News

Experts: Torture Common in E. Africa, Congo

Despite progress in five East African countries and Congo in ratifying the United Nations Convention against Torture, human rights abuse is still prevalent as governments are reluctant to draft and implement local laws, human rights experts said Tuesday.


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Nairobi Securities Exchange's first-half profit falls

Kenya's Nairobi Securities Exchange , which is listing its shares next month, posted a 29 percent year-on-year fall in its pretax profit for the first half to 158.2 million shillings .


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