Rift Valley, Kenya Newswire (Page 10)

Rift Valley, Kenya Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. They Say "Peace" But Really, It's WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Counterpunch

    They say "may peace prevail on earth", but every night, there are fires burning in the terrible slums of Nairobi, Jakarta, Guatemala City and Mumbai. The World Education Forum is now taking place in Seoul, South Korea.


  2. Al-Shabab storms Kenyan village near GarissaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Al Jazeera

    The Somalia-based al-Shabab group has raided a village in northeastern Kenya, days after a similar operation in a nearby town. A statement released by the Kenyan interior ministry on Friday said the al-Qaeda-affiliated armed group attacked the village of Yumbis, about 70km north of Garissa - the scene of last month's bloody university siege.


  3. Al Shabaab attacks village in Kenya's GarissaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Globe and Mail

    Al Shabaab soldiers sit outside a building during patrol along the streets of Dayniile district in Southern Mogadishu, March 5, 2012. Al Shabaab soldiers sit outside a building during patrol along the streets of Dayniile district in Southern Mogadishu, March 5, 2012.


  4. 2016 Olympics: Frenchman Le Roy turns sights to conquering Ghana with CongoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | GhanaSoccerNet.com

    Highly successful CAF Africa Cup of Nations coach Claude Le Roy adjusts his sights on Saturday towards the 2016 Men's Olympic Football Tournament in Rio when his Congo team take on Ghana in the qualifier for the tournament in Brazil. His Congo team enter the competition against 1992 bronze medallists Ghana at Accra Sports Stadium in the first leg of a second-round eliminator.


  5. EAPIC Returns to Nairobi with New Venue, New Awards But the Same Regional Power FocusRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | PR.com

    Nairobi, Kenya, May 22, 2015 -- -- The annual East African Power Industry Convention returns to Nairobi in August this year at a bigger venue, launching a new awards programme, offering a special conference track dedicated to clean energy, but still offering the same, high-level, regional power focus. The 17th edition of the event is taking place at the KICC from 27-28 August.


  6. Ex-senator Shahani has colon cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | ABS-CBN News

    Former senator and foreign affairs undersecretary Leticia Ramos Shahani, sister of former president Fidel Ramos, has been diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer. "Mom diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer, which has since metastasized to her liver and lymph nodes.


  7. Kenya to sell five state-owned firmsRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | Iol.co.za

    KENYA would offer five state-owned sugar companies for sale to private investors over the next year after writing off 59 billion shillings of debt, the Privatisation Commission said recently. The government planned to sell its stakes in Nzoia Sugar, South Nyanza Sugar, Chemelil Sugar, Muhoroni Sugar and Miwani Sugar to make the industry "more viable", the commission said in a May 15 statement.


  8. Shelter Afrique signed a Sh2.6 billion housing deal for 440 units in KenyaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | MBendi

    Shelter Afrique, the Nairobi-based pan-African housing finance institution, has signed a Sh2.6 billion finance deal with Kingspride , a local property firm to construct several housing units in Kiambu County.


  9. Jamii Milling gives maize farmers an economic lifelineRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | World-Grain

    Jamii Milling is in talks with two banks to grant its suppliers and distributors access to credit, thus offering the miller a steady supply of maize and ensuring faster delivery of flour to the market. With its newly built Sh1 billion milling plant in Eldoret, the miller plans to enter into a contract with farmers to grow maize.


  10. Dangote Flour Mills hurts Tiger's earningsRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | World-Grain

    Tiger Brands Ltd. said May 20 that first-half earnings declined 2% percent on foreign-exchange losses at its Dangote Flour Mills unit in Nigeria and profit "manipulation" in Kenya. Earnings excluding one-time items from continuing operations dropped to R8.53 a share in the six months through March from R8.67 a year earlier, the company said.


  11. Google Apologizes For Recent Google Maps IncidentsRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | Ubergizmo

    Earlier this week Google Maps came under fire when it was discovered that typing in a racial slur in the search box would zoom into the White House in Washington D.C. and also yielded results for Nairobi, Kenya. This snafu came about a month after the previous scandal in which a user used Google's Map Maker tool to upload an offensive image to the service.


  12. Equatorian governors are like hawkers, says SPLM-IO officialRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | Sudan Tribune

    A senior official of the rebel faction of the Sudan Peoples' Liberation Movement has likened to "hawkers" governors representing the three states of greater Equatoria region in South Sudan, saying they had been advertising for president Salva Kiir at the expense of their own people. Oyet Nathaniel Pierino, chairman of national committee for political mobilization in the SPLM-IO faction led by former vice president, Riek Machar, said Equatorians were determined to remove president Kiir from power.


  13. Lawn Tennis Association to organize hunger rallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Kenya Broadcasting Corporation

    The Tennis 4 Africa development tour entered its 5th day Thursday in Nairobi under the leadership of United States coach Stacey Smith ahead of their visits to Awendo, Kisumu and Homabay. The Tennis 4 Africa has begun 4 programmes in Nairobi and will be starting two new programs in Kisumu, Awendo and Homabay.


  14. IFAW out to help Tanzania, eight other African nations combat wildlife traffickingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | IPPMEDIA

    The International Fund for Animal Welfare said Monday it has kicked off training of African law enforcement officers to tackle wildlife trafficking that is rampant in the continent. The IFAW said the training is part of a larger strategic framework to strengthen the law enforcement response to combat wildlife crime at the regional level by improving cooperation among African countries' law enforcement authorities.


  15. Clinton ally promises to cooperate with Benghazi investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | CNN

    A close ally of Hillary Clinton said Thursday he corresponded with her about the Benghazi attacks and other national security issues "as a private citizen and friend," and stressed that the emails he sent her were meant to be read as information "I thought she might find interesting or helpful." Sidney Blumenthal, a top aide to President Bill Clinton, also said he'll cooperate with a congressional panel investigating the attacks, after the panel subpoenaed him to testify on his correspondence.


  16. One year after Meriam Ibrahima s release, two Christians face possible death penalty in SudanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Religion News Service

    People from South Sudan stand near a tent used as a church at a railway station camp, where they have spent the last four years, in Khartoum on May 11, 2014. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah *Editors: This photo may only be republished with RNS-SUDAN-CHRISTIANS, originally transmitted on May 20, 2015.


  17. WHO announces changes after widespread Ebola criticismRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | CNN

    Red Cross workers, wearing protective suits, carry the body of a person who died from Ebola during a burial in Monrovia, Liberia, on Monday, January 5. Since the epidemic started a little more than a year ago in a remote village in Guinea, the world has seen more than 10,000 deaths, according to the latest numbers from the World Health Organization . And that number is believed to be low, since there was widespread under-reporting of cases, according to WHO.


  18. RWANDA : U-16 boys' hoops team start residential campRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | Basketball in Africa

    The national U-16 basketball boys team enters residential training camp today at La Palisse hotel in Nyandungu ahead of the upcoming Zone V Championship set to be held in Kigali on May 25-26. The tournament will act as a qualifier for the FIBA Afrobasket U-16 tournament which will be held in Mali in July, however, only Eritrea has confirmed to take part in the regional tourney.


  19. Seven Colonels Qualify For NCAA East Region PreliminariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | WLEX-TV Lexington

    The seven EKU qualifiers include senior Ole Hesselbjerg , juniors Amos Kosgey and Julie Mathisen , sophomore Ambrose Maritim and a trio of freshman in Jakob Abrahamsen , Tom Koringo and Carina Schrempf . For the second consecutive year, Hesselbjerg reaches the preliminary rounds ranked No.


  20. China works jointly with African countries to comb...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Walta Information Centre

    Speaking at a workshop on "addressing wildlife trafficking" on Thursday in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa, La Yifan, Chinese Ambassador to Ethiopia noted that the Chinese government has been taking various measures to address illegal ivory trade and to protect wildlife resources. The one-day workshop was organized by China's Wildlife Trade Monitoring Network in collaboration with the Chinese Embassy in Ethiopia under the theme, "refusing illegal wildlife trade."