Kenyan police suspected of extrajudicial killings
In the slums of Nairobi, dead bodies of young, poor men are turning up on the streets almost every day. Suspected of being criminals, they are executed by the police - without charges, without trial.
Leading ivory trade investigator found dead in Kenya - file
A prominent American investigator of the illegal ivory and rhino horn trade was found dead in his Nairobi home with a stab wound in his neck on Sunday (February 4), friends said.
Kenya protests: "Police stop killing us"
Activists in Nairobi today protested against the excessive use of violence by police in Kenya. A re-run of the elections is expected to take place next week.
Kenyan police fire tear gas as Supreme Court delivers ruling on election
Demonstrators were met with tear gas in Nairobi ahead of the Supreme Court releasing a detailed ruling on the annulment of August's election.
Violent clashes in Kenya following election result
Violence erupted in Nairobi's slums on Saturday morning after incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta was confirmed as president on Friday.
15 missing in Kenyan building collapse
15 people are reported missing after a seven-storey building collapsed in a suburb of Nairobi.
Tear gas and beatings as police clash with Kenya protesters
Hundreds of anti-corruption protesters marching in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, are met with police tear gas and batons.
Kenya wakes up to coffee
Africa's best barista doesn't drink coffee, 26 year-old Kenyan Martin Shabaya is preparing to compete at the World Barista Championships. The Nairobi coffee shop worker has only been pouring coffee for five years but his success is indicative of a country that unlike him is learning to love coffee.