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His Highness the Aga Khan arrives in Nairobi on
the auspicious occasion of his 'Diamond Jubilee'

His Highness the Aga Khan arrives in Nairobi on the auspicious occasion of his Diamond Jubilee | Coastweek

NAIROBI Kenya -- His Highness the Aga Khan was received by Ambassador Monica Juma, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry Of Foreign Affairs And International Trade as well as leaders from the Ismaili community and the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN). His Highness the Aga Khan’s visit to Kenya marks his Diamond Jubilee; 60 years of his leadership and commitment to faith, pluralism and improved quality of life for all peoples irrespective of faith, gender or ethnicity. PHOTO - AKDN

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MNS 'La Fayette' from CTF150 seize over 400 kilograms heroin

MNS 'La Fayette' from CTF150 seize over 400 kilograms heroin | Coastweek

Marine Nationale frigate La Fayette has seize 413 kgs of heroin during a patrol in support of Combined Maritime Forces (CMF). La Fayette’s seizure is the third for the French Navy in support of Combined Task Force 150 (CTF 150). Together with Marine Nationale destroyer Jean de Vienne, the two French ships have confiscated over $370 million USD of drugs over the last two months. Asian-refined heroin derived from Afghan or Burmese poppy seeds flows by dhow sailing vessel and by air into Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania. There it is redirected to Europe, and sometimes, via Nigeria, to Mexico and North America. Al-Shabaab, the Islamist, Al-Qaeda-affiliated terror movement of Somalia, derives much of its predatory income from the movement of Asian heroin, charcoal and locally produced qat [miraa]. PHOTOS - COMBINED MARITIME FORCES


Kenyan leader will focus on trade, diplomacy as he visits Britain

Zimbabwe ministry sacks Striking nurses at all Public Hospitals

Kenya aims to construct 30,000 low cost houses to ease deficit

Gor Mahia hope advance in Pretoria Africa Confederations Cup

Rwanda and Uganda presidents ready Ethiopia Pan-Africa talks

South Africa will open fresh probe into major corruption scandal

South Africa Reserve Bank commissions probe into bank failure



Ugandans preparing ambitious journey to produce its own Cars

Rwanda remember fallen and seek arrest of genocide suspects

Over five million in Kenya owning TVs as digital migration boom

Tanzanian government plans to employ 6,000 science teachers

Zimbabwe delegation invited to Commonwealth London summit

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UN envoy's Somalia refugees visit under lines Security Progress

Zanzibar team suspended from regional U17 soccer tournament


'Safari' ace Carl Tundo skips South Africa Rally Championship

Property developers on edge as sand prices reach all-time high

Runaway Commonwealth Games athletes will face deportation

Researchers combine drug and vaccine to end malaria menace

Clinker and Wheat are major imports through Port of Mombasa

Tanzanian traders commend Dar es Salaam port improvements

Aga Khan Hospital, Mombasa, now helping to reconstructs lives

Surgical Team operating in operating theatres | Coastweek

The Surgical Team operating in operating theatres [from left] Dr Abdihakim Head of Surgery Aga Khan Hospital Mombasa, Dr. Imran Sherman Senior House Officer in Surgery, Dr. Andrea Pusic Chief, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeries, Brigham Health; Harvard University. Inset is Gloria before and after.


Firm assures SGR project will not affect Kenya wildlife heritage

Gor Mahia will play attacking football against SuperSport United

Seventeen dead 46 injured in road accident in southwest Kenya

Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo agree to ease Trade

Ethiopia complains US resolution is 'Untimely and Inappropriate'

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Zimbabwe parliament summon Mugabe over 'missing' diamonds

With Safarilink Masai Mara is now an all year round destination

Masai Mara is now an all year round destination with Safari Link | Coastweek

TRAVEL IN SAFETY AND COMFORT WITH SAFARILINK -- Cessna Caravan is well suited to the "bush" airstrips that make up the majority of the destinations served by the airline and the ability to cope with the very short flight time between many of the airstrips served by the scheduled services. This workhorse of the fleet is a rugged fixed under-carriage aircraft that is ideal for landing on the 'dirt' airstrips common in the game parks. Its high wings and large windows allow exceptional viewing of the unfolding scenery and animals whilst on-route. The aircraft is powered by a Pratt & Whitney PT6-114A turbo-prop engine. The Cessna Caravan is used by governmental organizations and by a large number of companies for police, air ambulance, passenger transport, air charter, freight and parachuting operations..


Security Council voice concern over political impasse in Burundi

Madagascar leaders seek solidarity to end cyclical Political Crisis

ESPS Patiño crew trains with Tanzanian Navy in Dar Es Salaam

Landlords are hit harder as rent falls in suburbs bordering capital

Deworming for productivity, health of Africa women smallholders



Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt confirm tripartite infrastructure fund

E.A. Court to leverage Information Communication Technology

United Nations condemns killing of Aid worker in South Sudan

Kenya NEMA ask public opinions on genetically modified cotton

African, Caribbean and EU pledge Kenya support on Free Trade





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Oshwal Students Shine At Inter-School French Verse competition

French Solo Verse Winners | Coastweek

French Solo Verse Winners being congratulated by one of the judges: Viva Ashish Shah, 1st position Prize Winner in the Year 3 category, Aasiya Goralwalla, 2nd position Prize Winner in the Year 4 category, Haoua Velario Pavan, 1st position Prize Winner in the Year 5 category, Kreeshna Mehta, 1st position Prize Winner in the Year 6 category.

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Kenyans Paul Lonyangata and Betsy Saina win Paris marathons

Kenyans Paul Lonyangata and Betsy Saina win Paris marathons | Coastweek

PARIS France (Xinhua) -- Kenyan athlete Paul Lonyangata [left] passes the finishing line and won the men's champion with 2 hours 6 minutes and 25 seconds in Paris, France on April 8, 2018. Kenyan womens' athlete Betsy Saina right] passes the finishing line and won the women's champion with 2 hours 22 minutes and 56 seconds in Paris, France on April 8, 2018. Attracting 55,000 athletes from 145 countries and regions, the 42nd Paris Marathon took place on Sunday. XINHUA PHOTOS - JEAN-MARIE HERVIO



Kenya offers 160,000 USD reward for arrest of 8 terror suspects


Cattle rustlers kill four, injure five others in northern Kenya


Landlords hit harder as rent falls in suburbs bordering Nairobi


Experts see positive outlook for Kenya’s economy in 2018


Mutai to challenge ex-Olympic champ Kiprotich in Hamburg Marathon


Kenya and U.S. talks to weigh heavy on trade and economy



Seventeen killed, 46 injured in road accident in southwest Kenya  

wreckage of a bus in Siyiapei river | Coastweek

NAROK (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on April 10, 2018 shows the wreckage of a bus in Siyiapei river in Narok County, Kenya. At least 17 people were killed and 46 others injured on Tuesday after a bus plunged into a river in southwest Kenya. Xinhua/Robert Manyara


General Committee Golf Day At The Mombasa Golf Club

General Committee Golf Day winners | Coastweek

Florence Karimi, best lady with 32 points, receives a prize from David Ngunjiri as Gregory Koech [right], man winner with 35c/b points receives a prize from Florence Karimi during 2018 General Committee Golf Day at Mombasa Golf Club. GOLF PHOTOS BY GILBERT ONCHOKE





Annual Visit Of British Tourist To Mombasa | Coastweek

Steven Masha, Manager for Sher-e-Punjab Restaurant at Travellers Beach Hotel thanks Graham Wilson for his patronage for years.

Day-long exhibition in Nairobi | Coastweek

A model during an exhibition by visiting Chinese artists to help showcase the East African nation’s rich culture.




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Chinese NGO, Mercy Corps launch refugee project in Uganda

KAMPALA (Xinhua) -- Wang Xingzui (2nd, R), Executive Vice President of China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA), delivers a speech during the launching ceremony of a 1-million-U.S.-dollar project in Kampala, Uganda, on April 10, 2018. A Chinese non-governmental organization (NGO) and Mercy Corps, a global humanitarian NGO, on Tuesday jointly launched a 1-million-U.S.-dollar project to help South Sudanese refugees in northern Uganda become self-reliant. Xinhua/Zhang Gaiping

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Six Somalia suspected Pirates detained and face 30 years' in jail

Six suspected pirates detained, arraigned: facing 30 years' in jail | Coastweek

Container vessel MV 'Ever Dynamic', [left] was attacked in the Western Indian Ocean in November 2017. Large oil tanker 'Abqaiq' [right] was attacked in April 2018. Recent attacks by a suspected Pirate Action Group against the 55,000t Container Ship MV 'Ever Dynamic' and on the Fishing Vessel 'Gallerna III' in the same vicinity 300 miles east of Mogadishu demonstrated the existing capabilities for long range pirate activity. Six suspected Somalia pirates were subsequently detained and the skiff/ whalers and equipment seized. The six suspects have been transferred to the Seychelles to be investigated by the Seychellois authorities, where if convicted, face up to 30 years in jail. Most recent targeted approach by suspect Somali pirates to shipping provides evidence of the continued need for Naval Force presence across the both the Gulf of Aden and the Somali Basin. Importantly, as well as the continuing application of BMP by ships in the 'High Risk Area' and time critical co-ordination between Naval Assets, MSCHOA and UKMTO. EU NAVFOR remains a catalyst for closer co-operation, co-ordination and partnership. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR



Memorial service honours Sudan - last male northern white rhino

Memorial service honours Sudan - last male northern white rhino | coastweek

LAIKIPIA (Xinhua) -- The world's last two remaining female northern white rhinos Najin [left] and Fatu in Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia county, northern Kenya. A caretaker gently handles Najin [right] in Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Kenyan wildlife officials and global wildlife conservationists on Saturday converged at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in northern Kenya where a memorial service for the late world's only remaining male northern white rhino fondly named Sudan took place. XINHUA PHOTOS -LYU SHUAI











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