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While Africa is certainly no stranger to violence, the response to the Kenyan presidential elections of 2007 came as a surprise.
On Wednesday, Kenya appealed for $400 million to try and conserve its largest forest ecosystem, which has been dwindling down over the past 20 years.
A Kenyan man has sued a women's activist group, claiming a sex boycott it organized affected his marriage and caused him stress. James Kimondo is demanding damages from G-10, his lawyers told the Kenyan Broadcasting Corp.
Text of report by Gakuu Mathenge entitled "Chinese takeover" published by Kenyan privately-owned daily newspaper The Standard website on 12 October; subheadings inserted editorially During KANU's [Kenya African National Union] reign, China-Kenya relations were frosty.
Text of report by state-owned KBC (Kenya Broadcasting Corporation) Radio on 7 October President Mwai Kibaki has today urged the Ministry of Energy to provide the necessary technical assistance to private sector firms with the capacity to generate cost-effective electricity from waste material and other bi-products to generate their own power and surplus for sale to Kenya Power and Lighting Company.
Text of report by Kenyan privately-owned TV station KTN on 20 September [Presenter] Prime Minister Raila Odinga now says he has a list of sitting MPs, as well as powerful individuals in the last regime who have benefited from Mau Forest land [in southwestern Kenya].
Kenya appeals oil marketer to cut fuel prices NAIROBI, Sept. 12 (Xinhua) -- Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki on Friday appealed to oil marketing firms to reduce local pump prices and reflect the drop in the international crude prices.
By Barry Moody Joseph Nkolia, a Maasai goatherd, pointed dismissively at two shallow pools, the only water in a parched stream west of the Kenyan town of Narok. "It rained yesterday and look at it," he said. "Two years ago it used to flow strongly through here.
Text of report by Kenyan privately-owned TV station NTV on 16 August [Presenter] The prime minister, Raila Odinga, has once again issued a warning concerning the preservation of the Mau Forest [southwestern Kenya].
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