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Hand washing is one of the best ways to prevent infectious diseases, and placing cameras over sinks might boost youngsters' hand hygiene, new research suggests.
The Saint Louis Zoo is taking a stand to stop illegal ivory trade and save elephants.
NAIROBI: Kenya will negotiate the import of natural gas from Qatar Gas to fuel a power station it wants to build in the Indian Ocean port city of Mombasa, the president's office said yesterday.
Two gunmen belonging to an Islamic extremist group shot and killed a Somali legislator on Tuesday as he stepped out of his home in the capital, the second fatal attack on a member of parliament in as many days, police said.
I t's a painfully First World problem: Splitting dinner with friends, we do the dance of the seven credit cards.
In this image taken from video people travel on the road near Bentiu South Sudan on Sunday April 20, 2014.
A team of researchers from the U.S. and Kenya found that every one inch longer in penis length increased the likelihood of a wife's infidelity by almost one-and-half times.
HAWKERS in Mombasa may soon be resettled as negotiations to allocate them designated areas are almost complete.
Cargo movement hurdles at the Mombasa port will be sorted out in the next six months, Kenya Ports Authority chairman Danson Mungatana has said.
Through his Spokesman Manoa Espisu, the President told the Star yesterday that has asked all his Cabinet Secretaries to up their game and ensure at least 250,000 jobs are created in various sectors.
TEACHERS have threatened to down tools should the government fail to include funds for promoting 53,000 of them in the next budget.
It is expected to start in early May and be completed approximately 30 days later.
The Ministry of ICT will work closely with the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National government to facilitate quick issuance of work permits for foreign ICT experts.
Notwithstanding the ambitiousness of our regional leaders to realise a one East Africa, there is debate on the level of engagement of the citizens to regional integration efforts.
I doubt anybody graduating from university this spring grew up saying: "I want to be a professional creative disrupter!" But that's precisely what the world needs - especially in the face of climate change, persistent poverty, civil conflict and myriad other global challenges that are only exacerbated by the great opportunity divide between the ... (more)
Somali and Ethiopian nationals arrested as part of a crackdown on terrorism by Kenyan national security officers sit at the back of a police truck as they are driven away from a centre on April 17, 2014, in Nairobi, following a process of vetting of the validity of their stay in Kenya.