Kenyans seek answers to Somalia peacekeepers’ attack
By Al Jazeera
15 January 2017 | 9:10 am
Sunday marks the first anniversary of an attack on African Union peacekeepers in Somalia. Dozens of Kenyan troops were killed by al-Shabab fighters.
People in Kenya's LGBTQ community have expressed safety concerns following online attacks against them. The harassment follows the mysterious murder of Edwin Chiloba, a renowned LGBTQ activist. Chiloba’s death is still under investigation with police naming his roommate, with whom he is thought to have been in a relationship, as the main suspect.
An explosion near a government building in Mogadishu was followed by a shootout between security forces and gunmen that left at least five civilians dead. The al-Shabab terror group claimed responsibility for the attack.
Pentagon officials say Bilal al-Sudani was killed in a special military operation and was a "key facilitator" for the "Islamic State" group's expansion.
A Kenyan lady is trailblazing in the aviation industry as the first black female hot air balloon pilot. Captain Joyce Beckwith flies balloons over the scenic Masai Mara.
Kennedy Odede dreamed of providing his neighborhood with safe, affordable water. But first he had to negotiate with the gangs monopolizing Kibera's water supply.
Kenyan authorities are concerned about the high level of poaching in different areas of the country. As the country remains gripped by drought, more locals are now hunting for bushmeat as a means to get by.
Kenya is the world's fourth largest exporter of cut flowers - but it's a dirty business. At Lake Naivasha, huge numbers of fish have been killed by pollutants. We see how Kenyan flower farms are now working more sustainably.
Cancer diagnoses are on the rise in Kenya, but with less than a fifth of people enrolled in a national insurance scheme, getting a diagnosis can force families to make huge financial sacrifices. Stigma only makes things worse.
Vugo is a traditional celebratory dance in Kenya – just for women! In the Bajuni community, a group of dancers want to pass their moves down to the next generation.
We take a look at how opinion writers are covering Joe Biden's visit to Ukraine. Also in the papers, Kenya's tea industry is hit by accusations of sexual abuse and the climate crisis is creating a winter drought in Europe that could be catastrophic this spring and summer.
In Kenya, dollar shortage has hit oil importers hard as they need the greenback to bring in supplies.
Kenya's Kokwa village has been affected by Lake Baringo's rising water level. It’s now an island on which the population has been left stranded.
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