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The Financial Express
Essar exits from Kenya Petroleum Refineries for $5 milliontransfer of shares, Essar Energy said in statement. After this deal for an est
Essar exits from Kenya Petroleum Refineries for $5 million
The Financial Express / Posted 12 hours ago
transfer of shares, Essar Energy said in statement. After this deal for an estimated value of about USD five million, the Kenyan government will own 100 per cent stake in the company, a source said. This transaction marks Essar Energy’s complete... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Repatriation of Dadaab Refugees to Cost Sh20 Billionwas chaired by Joseph Irungu. The report, presented to the Interior ministry fo
Repatriation of Dadaab Refugees to Cost Sh20 Billion
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 hours ago
was chaired by Joseph Irungu. The report, presented to the Interior ministry for implementation, shows that whereas the Kenyan government will meet the administrative and security cost, the UN refugee agency is expected to shoulder the... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
MSF protests EU’s closed borders policyfor people forced from their homes is optional and that they can buy their way
MSF protests EU’s closed borders policy
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 15 hours ago
for people forced from their homes is optional and that they can buy their way out of providing asylum. For example, the Kenyan government cited European migration policy to justify its decision last month to close the world’s largest refugee... Read more
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Business Standard India
Essar Group company sells entire stake in Kenya Petroleum Refineriesto monetise non-core assets, Essar Energy today said it had sold the entire 50%
Essar Group company sells entire stake in Kenya Petroleum Refineries
Business Standard India / Posted 15 hours ago
to monetise non-core assets, Essar Energy today said it had sold the entire 50% stake in Kenya Petroleum Refineries to the Kenyan government. The two parties, along with Essar Energy Holdings, have entered into an agreement on the transfer of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kenya Safe for Holidays, British and French Envoys Assure Touristsalleviating poverty in local tourist circuits," he said. For his part, French
Kenya Safe for Holidays, British and French Envoys Assure Tourists
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 hours ago
alleviating poverty in local tourist circuits," he said. For his part, French Ambassador Remi Marechaux also applauded the Kenyan government for addressing security concerns in the country, citing it as the main reason his country revised travel... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
As Droughts Worsen, Herders Revive Ancient Grazing Systemhad enough pasture and water to withstand droughts, Jarso said. When the count
As Droughts Worsen, Herders Revive Ancient Grazing System
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 hours ago
had enough pasture and water to withstand droughts, Jarso said. When the country became independent in 1963, however, the Kenyan government refused to acknowledge the Dedha councils, and instead used police to manage resource disputes, he... Read more
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iol.co.za
Refugees’ rights must be protectedInterior Minister Joseph Nkaisserry, pertaining to the closure of the world’s l
Refugees’ rights must be protected
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
Interior Minister Joseph Nkaisserry, pertaining to the closure of the world’s largest refugee camp, Dadaab, in Kenya. The Kenyan government no longer wishes to host some 329 811 refugees in this large UNHCR complex due to fears that Somali... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Fear Grips Taxi-Drivers As Uber Enters Tanzaniamodel. The United Kenya Taxi Organisation feared Uber for protecting interests
Fear Grips Taxi-Drivers As Uber Enters Tanzania
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
model. The United Kenya Taxi Organisation feared Uber for protecting interests of the organisation's members but the Kenyan government maintained that under the market economy monopolistic tendencies in transport business were not... Read more
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iol.co.za
Recommit to protecting rights of refugeesby Kenya’s Interior Minister Joseph Nkaisserry, pertaining to the closure of th
Recommit to protecting rights of refugees
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
by Kenya’s Interior Minister Joseph Nkaisserry, pertaining to the closure of the world’s largest refugee camp Dadaab. The Kenyan government no longer wishes to host some 329 811 refugees in this large UNHCR complex due to fears that Somali... Read more
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Daily Maverick
GroundUp Op- Expropriation Bill could be a turning point in land reformThe Endorois people, a traditional pastoralist community, were removed from the
GroundUp Op- Expropriation Bill could be a turning point in land reform
Daily Maverick / Posted 2 days ago
The Endorois people, a traditional pastoralist community, were removed from their land by the Kenyan government in the 1970s to make way for a national reserve. They were moved to more arid pastures where their cattle died in great numbers. The... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Hundreds of Thousands Face Hunger in KenyaDrought in Kenya's Northwest has left hundreds of thousands of people on the br
Hundreds of Thousands Face Hunger in Kenya
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
Drought in Kenya's Northwest has left hundreds of thousands of people on the brink of starvation. The Kenyan government has yet to intervene, forcing residents to move to other counties in search of food. More than 600,000 residents from West Pokot... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Expropriation Bill - We Can Learn From the African Commissionwrites Claire Martens. The Endorois people, a traditional pastoralist communit
Expropriation Bill - We Can Learn From the African Commission
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
writes Claire Martens. The Endorois people, a traditional pastoralist community, were removed from their land by the Kenyan government in the 1970s to make way for a national reserve. They were moved to more arid pastures where their cattle... Read more
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Christian Today
Kenya: Christian leaders concerned over closure of world's largest refugee campthe closure of the world's largest refugee camp this year could cause a humanit
Kenya: Christian leaders concerned over closure of world's largest refugee camp
Christian Today / Posted 2 days ago
the closure of the world's largest refugee camp this year could cause a humanitarian crisis. They have called for the Kenyan government to treat the refugees facing expulsion from Dadaab refugee camp with dignity, while fearing that... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Hundreds of Thousands Face Hunger in Western KenyaDrought in Kenya's West Pokot County has left hundreds of thousands of people o
Hundreds of Thousands Face Hunger in Western Kenya
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
Drought in Kenya's West Pokot County has left hundreds of thousands of people on the brink of starvation. The Kenyan government has yet to intervene, forcing residents to move to other counties in search of food. More than 600,000 residents from... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
African Countries Express Support to China's Position On South China SeaSea and their adjacent waters, and firmly believes that China's position has su
African Countries Express Support to China's Position On South China Sea
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
Sea and their adjacent waters, and firmly believes that China's position has sufficient basis of the international law. The Kenyan government issued a statement of the issue of South China Sea on June 8th, calling on all related countries to... Read more
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BBC News
Kofi Annan questions ICC over Kenyatta and Ruto casesthe ICC. Mr Annan, who was appointed by the African Union to mediate Kenya's p
Kofi Annan questions ICC over Kenyatta and Ruto cases
BBC News / Posted 2 days ago
the ICC. Mr Annan, who was appointed by the African Union to mediate Kenya's post-election crisis of 2007-08, accused the Kenyan government of using state resources to undermine the ICC. "The president and vice-president were the ones in the dock... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the paston cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and h
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the past
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
on cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and have so far resisted pressure from the Kenyan government to modernise and move into permanent villages. "The way we live today is the same as we lived hundreds of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the paston cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and h
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the past
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
on cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and have so far resisted pressure from the Kenyan government to modernise and move into permanent villages. "The way we live today is the same as we lived hundreds of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the paston cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and h
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the past
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
on cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and have so far resisted pressure from the Kenyan government to modernise and move into permanent villages. "The way we live today is the same as we lived hundreds of... Read more
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The Courier
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the paston cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and h
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the past
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
on cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and have so far resisted pressure from the Kenyan government to modernise and move into permanent villages. "The way we live today is the same as we lived hundreds of... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the paston cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and h
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the past
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
on cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and have so far resisted pressure from the Kenyan government to modernise and move into permanent villages. "The way we live today is the same as we lived hundreds of... Read more
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Western Advocate
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the paston cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and h
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the past
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
on cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and have so far resisted pressure from the Kenyan government to modernise and move into permanent villages. "The way we live today is the same as we lived hundreds of... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the paston cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and h
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the past
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
on cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and have so far resisted pressure from the Kenyan government to modernise and move into permanent villages. "The way we live today is the same as we lived hundreds of... Read more
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Manning River Times
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the paston cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and h
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the past
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
on cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and have so far resisted pressure from the Kenyan government to modernise and move into permanent villages. "The way we live today is the same as we lived hundreds of... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the paston cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and h
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the past
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
on cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and have so far resisted pressure from the Kenyan government to modernise and move into permanent villages. "The way we live today is the same as we lived hundreds of... Read more
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The North West Star
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the paston cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and h
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the past
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
on cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and have so far resisted pressure from the Kenyan government to modernise and move into permanent villages. "The way we live today is the same as we lived hundreds of... Read more
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DW
Hundreds of thousands face hunger in western Kenya |ongoing El Nino weather phenomena. The weather has dried up waterholes and rive
Hundreds of thousands face hunger in western Kenya |
DW / Posted 3 days ago
ongoing El Nino weather phenomena. The weather has dried up waterholes and rivers leading to widespread crop failure. The Kenyan government had promised to release 50 million Kenya shillings ($5 million, 4.4 million euros) to be used to purchase... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
Kofi Annan criticises ICC over Kenyatta and Ruto casesthe ICC. Mr Annan, who was appointed by the African Union to mediate Kenya's p
Kofi Annan criticises ICC over Kenyatta and Ruto cases
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 3 days ago
the ICC. Mr Annan, who was appointed by the African Union to mediate Kenya's post-election crisis of 2007-08, accused the Kenyan government of using state resources to undermine the ICC. "The president and vice-president were the ones in the dock... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Kofi Annan: ICC not biased against Africansleaders. Annan, who was appointed by the African Union to mediate Kenya's post
Kofi Annan: ICC not biased against Africans
New Zimbabwe / Posted 3 days ago
leaders. Annan, who was appointed by the African Union to mediate Kenya's post-election crisis of 2007-08, accused the Kenyan government of using state resources to undermine the ICC. "The president and vice-president were the ones in the dock... Read more
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CBC.ca
Ottawa man fears for family left behind in world's largest refugee campWe are working to find a solution for the situation," said Michael Casasola. "
Ottawa man fears for family left behind in world's largest refugee camp
CBC.ca / Posted 3 days ago
We are working to find a solution for the situation," said Michael Casasola. "Our challenge is to continue to talk to the Kenyan government to see if we can find a solution in terms of all Somali refugees that are in the camp and effectively safe,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kenya Should Obey International Law in the Repatriation of Refugeescircumstances of the Dadaab refugees fall within this internationally recognise
Kenya Should Obey International Law in the Repatriation of Refugees
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
circumstances of the Dadaab refugees fall within this internationally recognised exception. Unfortunately, however, the Kenyan Government has failed to show that all the refugees currently inhabiting the Dadaab camp constitute a threat to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
You Either Shape Up or Ship Out, Kenyan Firms Toldworkers with poor work ethics need to "urgently undergo training on the need to
You Either Shape Up or Ship Out, Kenyan Firms Told
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
workers with poor work ethics need to "urgently undergo training on the need to have passion" in their careers. "The Kenyan government, universities and even companies are feeling the pressure to address the critical skills gaps. Shortage of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Police Killings During Protestshave ordered or carried out human rights abuses during the May 23 and June 6 pr
Police Killings During Protests
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
have ordered or carried out human rights abuses during the May 23 and June 6 protests in the Nyanza region. Donors to the Kenyan government should support police accountability mechanisms, particularly the Independent Policing Oversight Authority,... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
HIV-prevention pill: The deeply personal journey of a male sex worker in Kenyawhich surveyed 80 men who have sex with men in Kenya, found that 83% of them we
HIV-prevention pill: The deeply personal journey of a male sex worker in Kenya
Mail & Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
which surveyed 80 men who have sex with men in Kenya, found that 83% of them were willing to take a daily PrEP pill. The Kenyan government is drafting clinical guidelines for doctors on how to use PrEP. According to Helgar Musyoki, the key... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Uganda, Kenya Bust Car Clearance RacketSCT. The scam involved imported brand new motor vehicles being passed off at t
Uganda, Kenya Bust Car Clearance Racket
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
SCT. The scam involved imported brand new motor vehicles being passed off at the Mombasa port as used cars disposed of by Kenyan government ministries and agencies, in order to pay lower import duties. Most of the fraudulent activities were... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Shabaab Confirms Death of Garissa Attack Leaderattack was the bloodiest in Kenya since al-Qaeda bombed the US embassy in Nairo
Shabaab Confirms Death of Garissa Attack Leader
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
attack was the bloodiest in Kenya since al-Qaeda bombed the US embassy in Nairobi in 1998, killing 213 people. Last July, the Kenyan government said Mohamud Ali had been killed in a US drone strike, but it later backtrack... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Alshabaab Confirms Killing of its Key Kenyan Figurewas killed near Kismayo earlier this month by special operation carried out by
Alshabaab Confirms Killing of its Key Kenyan Figure
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
was killed near Kismayo earlier this month by special operation carried out by Somali commandos aided by US crafts. Kenyan government put bounty of over 2 million US dollars on his head before his death for the role he played in organizing... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
Camp closure is next health crisisof Dadaab camp And now the next potential crisis has appeared, this time from
Camp closure is next health crisis
Mail & Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
of Dadaab camp And now the next potential crisis has appeared, this time from an unexpected direction. The Kenyan government announced in May that it will close Dadaab and send all its residents back to Somalia — the very place they... Read more
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The Washington Times
Kenya closing Dadaab, world’s largest refugee camp, over al-Shabab terror fearspart of a bustling, massive pop-up “city” that over the years has become a regi
Kenya closing Dadaab, world’s largest refugee camp, over al-Shabab terror fears
The Washington Times / Posted 5 days ago
part of a bustling, massive pop-up “city” that over the years has become a regional commercial hub, but one that the Kenyan government now wants to dismantle. In the face of intense criticism from Somalia and international bodies, Kenyan... Read more
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The Young Witness
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the paston cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and h
Kenya's Samburu National Reserve: A window to the past
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
on cattle, as well as goats and sheep – are known to be more traditional, and have so far resisted pressure from the Kenyan government to modernise and move into permanent villages. "The way we live today is the same as we lived hundreds of... Read more
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Aljazeera
Al-Shabab confirms death of Garissa attack leaderattack was the bloodiest in Kenya since al-Qaeda bombed the US embassy in Nairo
Al-Shabab confirms death of Garissa attack leader
Aljazeera / Posted 5 days ago
attack was the bloodiest in Kenya since al-Qaeda bombed the US embassy in Nairobi in 1998, killing 213 people. Last July, the Kenyan government said Mohamud Ali had been killed in a US drone strike, but it later backtrack... Read more
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Daily Mail
Letters by Barack Obama's dad are found - but he won't read them yetwith his lot in life and a craving to broaden his knowledge in the US. Hoping
Letters by Barack Obama's dad are found - but he won't read them yet
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
with his lot in life and a craving to broaden his knowledge in the US. Hoping to become a high-ranking economist in the Kenyan government, his persistent pursuit of financial assistance and studies took him first to the University of Hawaii and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Dismissal of Kenya Gift Land Suit Lawsuit Welcomedwith those stated on the land's deed plan. The 32-acres of prime land was give
Dismissal of Kenya Gift Land Suit Lawsuit Welcomed
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
with those stated on the land's deed plan. The 32-acres of prime land was given to the government of Rwanda by the Kenyan government under Daniel arap Moi, however it was left undeveloped for many years, after which a Kenyan businessman,... Read more
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CommonDreams.org
EU States' Dangerous Approach to Migration puts Asylum in Jeopardy Worldwidepeople forced from their homes is optional and that they can purchase their way
EU States' Dangerous Approach to Migration puts Asylum in Jeopardy Worldwide
CommonDreams.org / Posted 7 days ago
people forced from their homes is optional and that they can purchase their way out of providing asylum. Last month, the Kenyan government cited European migration policy to justify its decision to close the world’s largest refugee camp, Dadaab,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
MSF Stops Accepting EU Fundingfor people forced from their homes is optional and that they can buy their way
MSF Stops Accepting EU Funding
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
for people forced from their homes is optional and that they can buy their way out of providing asylum. Last month, the Kenyan Government cited European migration policy to justify their decision to close the world’s largest refugee camp,... Read more
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express
Médicins Sans Frontières refuses EU funding in retaliation over bloc's Turkey refugee dealfor people “forced from their homes” is optional and they can “buy their way ou
Médicins Sans Frontières refuses EU funding in retaliation over bloc's Turkey refugee deal
express / Posted 7 days ago
for people “forced from their homes” is optional and they can “buy their way out” of providing asylum. Last month the Kenyan Government cited European migration policy to justify their decision to close the world’s largest refugee camp,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
PM Calls for Delay of Dadaab Closureconducted on Monday and published on Wednesday. "He said that the Somali gover
PM Calls for Delay of Dadaab Closure
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
conducted on Monday and published on Wednesday. "He said that the Somali government is still trying to persuade the Kenyan government to extend the life of the camps, saying that three years would be a more realistic timeline," the Post... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kenya Shuts Down Border With Somalia Over Alshabaab Attack FearsKenyan government has shut down its border with Somalia on Thursday. Residents
Kenya Shuts Down Border With Somalia Over Alshabaab Attack Fears
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
Kenyan government has shut down its border with Somalia on Thursday. Residents of the border towns of Mandera of Kenya and Beled Hawo of Somalia have confirmed to the media. The move comes real threat from Somali based armed group Alshabaab that... Read more
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Quartz
Four ways closing the world’s largest refugee camp will hurt Kenyabenefits of the camp amount to as much as $14 million a year, according to a 20
Four ways closing the world’s largest refugee camp will hurt Kenya
Quartz / Posted 7 days ago
benefits of the camp amount to as much as $14 million a year, according to a 2010 study (pdf. p. 48) commissioned by the Kenyan government, the Norwegian Embassy, and the Danish Embassy. That’s the equivalent of 25% of the average annual per... Read more
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International Business Times
Kenya: Children and pregnant women reported among 300 South Sudanese denied asylum at border (RAS) – which filled the gap left by DRA. However, little did she know that the
Kenya: Children and pregnant women reported among 300 South Sudanese denied asylum at border
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
(RAS) – which filled the gap left by DRA. However, little did she know that the RAS may have issued an order from the Kenyan government to the immigration officers in the country's side of Nadapal. IBTimes UK visited the border after UN's... Read more
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