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Kenya has solid measures to prevent wildlife attack on humans

Tourists take photos of a lion at Maasai Mara National Reserve | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Tourists take photos of a lion at Maasai Mara National Reserve, July 24, 2016. Kenya has recorded minimal wildlife attacks on humans inside parks and game reserves thanks to solid measures that include enhanced vigilance and public outreach, an official said. XINHUA PHOTO: PAN SIWEI.


Government to review Electricity contracts and seek lower costs

Kenyan Treasury create International Center to curb tax evasion

African elephants continue facing serious threat to their survival

African elephants continue facing serious threat to their survival | Coastweek

AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK  (Xinhua) -- An 18-month-old baby elephant bravely tries to keep up with a herd of female elephant walking across the savannah of Amboseli National Park, Kenya. XINHUA PHOTO - ZHANG WEIYI


No obstacles can stop Nicholas Bett from Gold in 400m hurdles

Olympic boss says Kenya athletes will pass Rio anti-doping test

Doping officials assuring Kenyan Rio 2016 athletes over testing

Anxiety at mixed fortunes for Kenya 800m team at Rio Olympics

Kenya Paralympians have set lofty target for Rio 2016 Olympics



Kenya-China defense co-operation will boost security: Omamo

FOCUS: Another ANC candidate murdered in run-up to elections

South Sudan battles forcing further 37,000 to flee into Uganda

African and Chinese firms signing US $17 billion dollars in deals

Five Kenya soldiers injured in blast near Ishakani area at Kiunga




Mega Eye Camp by Imarika Sacco Held in Ganze, Kilifi County

Mega Eye Camp by Imarika Sacco Held in Ganze, Kilifi | Coastweek

On Sunday 24th July 2016, Imarika Sacco had yet another mega successful eye camp at Ganze Primary School in Kilifi with Mombasa Eye Hospital and Laser Centre. Standing with operated patients [from left] Sanjeev Agarwal, Dr. Amit K. Gupta, Ikan Munene, Dr. Sophia Asaria and Farheen.




Kanbis Sports Club Wins the Under-17 Quadrangular Cricket Cup

Kanbis Sports Club receives winners’ cup and Sikh Union receives runners up | Coastweek

[LEFT] Captain of Kanbis Sports Club Sachin Bhudia receives the winners’ cup by the Indian High Commissioner to Kenya, Her Excellency Mrs. Suchitra Durai. [CENTRE] Sikh Union captain Aman Gandhi receives the runners up team trophy by Hiren Joshi of the Main Sponsors Bags and Balers. [RIGHT] Sahil Patel of Mombasa Sports Club [left] and Uttam Appaiah of Nairobi Gymkhana were both awarded as the youngest players (12 years old) in the tournament by Premila Hirani.


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  An unlucky Vietnamese betting
family lost fortune in Euro 2016
  GAO YUAN from Cape Town ::::::::
  Vulgar Zuma painting causing a
political storm over South Africa
  SHRISTI KAFLE in Kathmandu ::::::::
  Nepal first female Chief Justice
Sushila Karki for Oath of Office





Extreme Sports Partners with FKF to Promote Football in Mombasa

Sh7 million dummy cheque in support of the Super 8 Mombasa Premier League | Coastweek

Extreme Sports CEO Hussein Mohammed (second, left) handing over FKF Mombasa Sub branch chairman, Juma Goshi Alliy with a Sh7 million dummy cheque in support of the Super 8 Mombasa Premier League. Extreme Sports Limited, the organisers of the successfully run and much celebrated SportPesa Super Eight Premier League (SPS8) partnered with the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Mombasa Sub-branch to extend its support in the 1st tier of the FKF Mombasa Premier League.






Lions Bahari Hands Over First Centennial Year Water Borehole | Coastweek

President Lion Linda Shuma, fellow members and friends handing over a free water borehole in Kilifi County .

Students of the Confucius Institute at Egerton University perform cheongsam show in Kisumu | Coastweek

The Confucius Institute at Egerton University held a Chinese culture show which were: Taichi, cross talk, opera and other programs.


Multi-ship refueling keep counter piracy patrol off Somali Coast

Multi-ship refueling keep counter piracy patrol off Somali Coast

OFF SOMALIA -- Operation Atalanta’s German tanker, FGS Spessart, has rendezvoused at sea with flagship, FGS Bayern, and Italian warship, ITS Euro, to conduct a a Replenishment at Sea (RAS). Refueling one ship is a complicated manoeuvre that requires focused communication and high levels of skill from all the crews involved. After the RAS procedure was safely and successfully completed, the EU Naval Force’s ships returned to their duties to deter and disrupt the piracy threat off the Somali coast. During a recent multi-ship RAS, all four Operation Atalanta ships sailed together. PHOTO - EU NAVFOR









Faisal Mohamed jailed 20 years' and Ksh. 20 million shilling Fine

Faisal Mohamed jailed 20 years' and Ksh. 20 million shilling fine | Coastweek

MOMBASA (Xinhua) -- Described as 'Ivory Kenyan kingpin', Faisal Mohamed [front] is escorted to the cells by Kenya police after being sentenced 20 years imprisonment and a fine of Ksh. 20 million in a Mombasa Court. He was found 'guilty' of possessing ivory worth forty four million shillings. Principal magistrate Diana Mochache said considering the circumstantial evidence tabled in court, Mohammed is guilty of the offense. With the help of Interpol the 47-year-old Mombasa business man had last year been extradited back to Kenya from Dar es Salaam by the Tanzania authorities after he allegedly escaped a coast police dragnet when they raided his warehouse in search of illegal game trophies. XINHUA PHOTO - MBUYU CAZEIYA







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Best of the Best: Kenya award winning livestock at Nairobi Show

Best of the Best: Kenya award winning livestock at Nairobi Show | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Farmers proudly display their prize winning sheep and cattle for a parade during the 2016 Livestock Breeders Show in Nairobi. The three-day 2016 Livestock Breeders Show kicked off on Thursday, showcasing various contents within the Livestock industry of Kenya. More than 100 exhibitors participated in this livestock show. XINHUA PHOTOS - SUN RUIBO


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  Craftsmanship in fine diamonds
from the Belgian city of Antwerp
  PROTECTING global resource ::::::::
  FAO celebrating enforcement
of Treaty against illegal fishing
  KOLKATA skyline surprises  ::::::::
  Meet 'Big Ben' of eastern India
metropolis with links to London



Extreme Sports partners with FKF to promote football in Mombasa


Alyssa Jamal Tops Junior Category at Nation Media Golf Competition


Kanbis Sports Club wins Under-17 Quadrangular Cricket Tournament


Winfred Achieng Top Contender for the Harambee Starlets Squad


Alex Obanda and Jadavji Bhimji Shine in NPCA Super League Match


Olympic boss says kenya's athletes will pass anti-doping test in Rio


Kenyan Paralympians set lofty targets for Rio Olympics 2016


Anxiety over mixed fortunes for Kenya 800m team at Olympics


No obstacle will stop Kenya' s Bett from Olympic gold in 400m hurdles


Zambia U-17 starts defence of regional soccer title with 4-0 win over Kenya


Coast Bridge with C. P. Shah and Results - Open Pairs Bridge


Diani, Mombasa, Malindi, Lamu Tides Time Tables July 29 - August 04, 2016







Ranked one of the best courses in Kenya.

Facilities: Golf, swimming, squash and tennis.
Mombasa mainland.18 holes with grass fairways.
Visitors welcome. Handicap not necessary.
Guest policy - Monday, Tuesday, Friday and
other days when there are no competitions. 
Rates: from U.S. $ 12. Dress code: proper golf attire.



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UK frigate counter-piracy patrol covers three million square miles

Discarded and Disregarded: More support for AIDS/ HIV nurses | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA -- British frigate HMS St. ALbans dispatches her helicopter and rigid-hulled inflatable boats during a routine counter piracy patrol while operating with Combined Maritime Forces. CTF 150 is one of three task forces. Its mission is to promote maritime security in order to counter terrorist acts and related illegal activities, which terrorists use to fund or conceal their movements. CTF 150’s Area of Operation (AOO) spans over 3.2 million square miles, covering the Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, Indian Ocean and Gulf of Oman. This area is a vital artery of world trade that includes the main shipping routes from the Far East to Europe and the US with over 23,000 shipping movements per year. PHOTOS - COMBINED MARITIME FORCES


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  ALEX OSEI-BOATENG in Accra ::::::::
  Ghana cardiac doctor hones
skill with Chinese colleagues
  by LARRY NIELD in London ::::::::
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