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  • Secret Military Deal Mzee Kenyatta Made With Britain Against Somalia

    Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth with Kenya’s founding father Jomo Kenyatta in Nairobi, in March 1972. The Standard By Ezra Manyibe Kenya’s maritime border dispute with Somalia has become

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    Due to failure of proper vaccination, Pneumonia cases seem to be on the rise in five countries including India. By Rajesh Kumar Thakur According to the report, India ranked second with 1.27 lakh

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  • Guinea president replaces security minister following deadly protests

    Guinean President Alpha Conde delivers a speech during a ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of the Allied landings in Provence in World War Two which helped liberate southern France, in

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  • Kenya: Mortgage defaults hit Sh38bn, auctions jump

    Default on mortgages jumped 41 percent to Sh38 billion, pointing to widespread distress in the real estate sector as Kenya’s economy slows down and property auctions pick up. Latest Central Bank

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  • Burundi’s AMISOM contingent receives Springbuck, Fahd vehicles

    The new Springbuck HD MRAPS and Fahd wheeled APCs (background) for AMISOM’s Burundian contingent are seen lined up. (AMISOM) The Burundian contingent serving with the African Union Mission

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Secret Military Deal Mzee Kenyatta Made With Britain Against Somalia

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth with Kenya’s founding father Jomo Kenyatta in Nairobi, in March 1972. The Standard By Ezra Manyibe Kenya’s maritime border dispute with Somalia has become

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Oil blocks: Kenya flexes muscle in row with Somalia

Kenya is flexing its diplomatic muscles in its row with Somalia, which it accuses of continuing to violate its territorial waters rich in hydrocarbons by launching investment programmes in the

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NATO chief says Brazil, other Latin American countries could become ‘partners’

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addresses a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress as Vice President Mike Pence and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi listen in the House Chamber on Capitol

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Burundi’s case against pullout of its troops in Somalia

The planned withdrawal of a further 1,000 troops of the African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom), has been thrown into confusion after a directive by the African Union’s Peace Support

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