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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.
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 C. Bryson Hull NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya risks losing its status as a model of African democracy if it does not urgently crack down on corruption that has reached crisis levels and stifled development, U.S. Senator Barack Obama said on Monday.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Excited crowds mobbed U.S. Senator Barack Obama on Friday at the start of a four-day visit to Kenya, his father's homeland, but he harshly criticized corruption in the east African country. Obama, the only African-American in the U.S.
By Robert Hummy NAIROBI (Reuters) - A former Kenyan vice president escaped prosecution over the country's biggest corruption scandal on Monday, when a court ruled he could not be charged in the $1 billion Goldenberg affair.
By Marie-Louise Gumuchian NAIROBI (Reuters) - Four Kenyans including a former presidential aide have been banned from traveling to the United States under a U.S. anti-corruption law, a U.S. embassy official said on Wednesday. The official from the U.S.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya has defended this week's unprecedented police raid on a major media group which brought a torrent of accusations from at home and abroad that President Mwai Kibaki's government was behaving like a dictatorship.
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By Katie Nguyen NAIROBI (Reuters) - Masked police armed with automatic rifles forced a Nairobi TV station off the air and raided its sister Standard newspaper on Thursday, provoking outrage among Kenyans and Western nations.
By Katie Nguyen NAIROBI (Reuters) - Masked police armed with automatic rifles raided Kenya's second biggest media group on Thursday, forcing its television station off the air and burning copies of the Standard newspaper.
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