Kenya to demolish poorly constructed houses after deadly collapse
Kenya's government has ordered the demolition of more than two hundred poorly-constructed houses.
Kenya burns 105 tonnes of ivory
Kenya has burned more than 100 tonnes of elephant ivory and over a tonne of rhino horn in demonstration against the ivory trade. It's believed to be the largest stockpile of ivory ever destroyed worth more than $170m on the open market.
Kenya prepares to burn biggest ever illegal ivory stockpile
Kenya is preparing to burn Africa's biggest ever stockpile of poached ivory -- a total of 105 tonnes from 8,000 elephants -- in a symbolic move aimed at raising awareness of the plight of elephants and sending traffickers a clear message that the illegal trade will not be tolerated.
Street kids struggle for survival in Kenya
Tens of thousands of children are living on the streets of the Kenyan capital -- some have escaped violent homes, others have lost their parents to AIDS. One charity, the Rescue Dada Centre, takes in 70 girls a year. But it's a drop in the ocean, and most of these children have no help at all.
Somali refugees homeward bound from Kenya's Dadaab camp
Plans are underway to repatriate more Somali refugees in Kenya. 12,000 have gone home so far, as part of a voluntary program run by the United Nations which started in 2014. Another 50,000 are to be sent to Somalia this year.
Kenyan teacher eyes $1million prize for campaign vs extremism
A Kenyan teacher is in the running to win a million US dollars for his work on deradicalisation in a suburb of Nairobi known as a hotbed for Islamic extremism.