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Ugandan President hosts 'top level discussions' to defeat ADF

Kenya regulator has fined telecom firm for Poor quality service

Kenya say modern education reform on course despite hitches

Sustainable solutions for African Union’s Self-financing models

Health advocates reach out to Women in war against HIV/ Aids

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Kenyan Energy Regulator increases retail pump prices for fuels

EU NAVFOR refuel Combined Maritime Forces on piracy patrol

EU NAVFOR refuel Combined Maritime Forces on piracy patrol | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA -- Operation Atalanta’s Spanish warship, ESPS Patiño has conducted a busy period of further support to Bahrain based Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) ships during a transit into the Indian Ocean, a series of Replenishment at Sea (RAS) tasks were conducted whilst she continued on her own EU NAVFOR counter-piracy duties. The flexibility of Patiño was demonstrated with three CMF ships receiving vital fuel, oils and water without breaking stride. Australian ship, HMAS Warramunda and British RFA Fort Rosalie are both part of CTF150 who focus on Maritime Security which has seen a recent success counter-narcotic interdiction. Pakistan ship Tippu Sultan is currently working within CTF151 who work on counter-piracy operations with Operation Atalanta. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

 

Borussia Dortmund FC suspend Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Somalia militants 'lecture' frightened Villagers before escaping

Libyans probe into arrested Tanzania-flagged ammunition ship

UN official warning of risk of delay in electoral process in DRC

Kenyans expect more U.S. tourism with launch of Direct flights

Religious and Tribal elders must join fight against 'al-Shabaab'

Marsabit Police arrest Imam Guyo Gorsa over terror link claim


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Aga Khan University receiving Grants for Innovative Research

Rajiv Dhutia and Kim Lanxe shine during Nyali Mug and Medal

Somalia piracy attack on shipping has fallen to two-decade low

Safari Rally moves close to re-establishing International status

At least 29 killed, 22 missing as Cyclone 'Ava' hits Madagascar

At least 29 killed, 22 missing as Cyclone 'Ava' hits Madagascar | Coastweek

ANTANANARIVO Madagascar (Xinhua) -- Flattened coconut palm trees damaged by tropical cyclone 'Ava' in Tamatave, Madagascar. Twenty nine people were killed by cyclone 'Ava' that hit Madagascar from Friday to Sunday, the Madagascar government said Monday. XINHUA PHOTOS - CHEN JIANJIANG

 

Kenyan President visits South Africa to shore up bilateral ties

WHO chief in Kenya to deepen co-operation in Health Sector

Mombasa police arrest 10 Pakistanis over transnational crime

HMAS ‘Warramunga’ seize US $26 million dollars heroin haul

Construction works on Sea wall to protect Fort Jesus frontage

EU urge Kenyans to undertake Electoral Reform to ease tension

Standard Gauge Railway run promotional Freight Service Tariffs

Standard Gauge Railway run promotional Freight Service tariffs | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Early morning passenger train from Nairobi crossing an elevated bridge near Ukambani on Kenya's Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway. Kenya has announced a three-month promotional tariff for the Standard Gauge Railway freight services. Kenya Railways will now charge a flat rate of 645 U.S. dollars for a 20-foot container and 843 dollars for 40-foot container, which will include freight, handling charges and returning of empty containers from Nairobi to Mombasa. XINHUA PHOTO -CHEN CHENG

 

Adoption of 'Open Sky' Policy would triple International Arrivals

Optimistic analysts see Kenya retail sector as 'Bullish' for 2018

Tanzanians probing into cocaine cargo seized from flagged ship

Joint CMF navies hold further massive drugs haul of 3.5 tonnes

Chicungunya - Mombasa County Health Department 'Advisory'

Free Money: Basic Income sparks new era for Development Aid

President Uhuru Kenyatta retains six Kenyan cabinet secretaries


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Sudan security have officially 'closed' Eastern border with Eritrea

'No Babies on board' - Uganda athletes undergo Pregnancy tests

Kenya urged to control wildlife poisoning to save Vulture species

Results of Kenya census on Elephant, buffalo, giraffe and zebra

Mombasa welcomes 576 tourists aboard first cruise ship in 2018

Mombasa welcomes 576 tourists aboard first cruise ship in 2018  | Coastweek

MOMBASA (Xinhua) -- Tourists disembark from a cruise ship MS Nautica that docked at the Port of Mombasa, Kenya, Jan. 4, 2018. Tourism in Kenya is on the rise as MS Nautica, a Norwegian vessel registered in the Bahamas, made its second call at the Port of Mombasa on Thursday with 900 tourists on board. XINHUA PHOTO: ALLAN MUTISO.

Mombasa New Year celebration pull crowd from across Kenya

Will trade winds again be back to blow in 'Brexit' sails for 2018

Low-emissions shipping: Who should pay for green transition?


 

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First Kenya commercial Cargo trains starting operation in Nairobi

First commercial cargo train | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- A worker unloads a container [left] from the first commercial cargo train, a cargo train [right] at the ultra-modern inland container depot in Nairobi, Jan. 1, 2018. The first commercial cargo train arrived in Nairobi on Monday at the ultra-modern inland container depot which was launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta a fortnight ago. XINHUA PHOTOS: ALLAN MUTISO


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Kenyans launch new Drug manufacturing plant to ease imports

Kenyans launch new Drug manufacturing plant to ease imports | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Adan Mohamed, Cabinet Secretary for Trade, Industry and Co-operatives, said the plant to be set up by Bangladesh-based Square Pharmaceuticals Limited is expected to reduce the cost of drugs and boost health care services in the country.


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Bandari Swimming Team Wins the CASA Junior Swim Gala

Bandari Swimming Club proud to have won the CASA Open Junior Swimming Championships | Coastweek

On the 9th and 10th of December, Coast Amateur Swimming Association (CASA) concluded the long awaited 9 years and under Swimming Gala held at the Bandari KPA College Mombasa. The event attracted swimmers from The Aga Khan Academy, Aga Khan Primary School, Bandari Swim Club, Blue Ocean Swim Club and Octopus Swim Club. A total of seventy four young athletes swam their hearts out for the red ribbon gold medal.

 


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Christmas Celebrations Marked in Kenya | Coastweek

Children pose for a photo next to Santa Claus statue in Huruma estate in Nairobi, December 25, 2017.  XINHUA PHOTO: JOHN OKOYO

Cabinet secretary in the ministry, Prof. Judi Wakhungu | Coastweek

Ministry of Environment released results of wildlife censuses for elephant, buffalo, giraffe and grevy’s zebra carried out.

 
 


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NTSA bans Night travel: Follows wake of fatal Kenya accidents

NTSA bans night travel: Follows wake of fatal Kenya accidents | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- People gather around the site where a road accident occurred on the Nakuru-Eldoret highway on Dec. 31, 2017. The road accident Sunday on the major highway in west Kenya killed at least 36 and injured dozens of others. XINHUA PHOTOS - SHEIKH MAINA

 

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EU NAVFOR tanker refuelling Combined Maritime Forces ships

HMAS Warramunga seizing a huge 7.8 tonnes haul of narcotics

HMAS Warramunga seize a huge 7.8 tonnes haul of narcotics | Coastweek

Her Majesty’s Australian Ship HMAS Warramunga, currently deployed as part of Combined Task Force (CTF) 150, has seized an estimated 7.8 tonnes of narcotics during a series of boardings that started on December 28, 2017 in the Gulf. Working as part of Combined Maritime Forces (CMF), HMAS Warramunga conducted detailed searches of the suspect vessels, discovering more than 390 x 20kg bags of narcotics. PHOTOS - COMBINED MARITIME FORCES

 

 


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Lithuanian security team protect World Food Programme cargo

Continued CMF, EU NAVFOR Co-operation off Somalia coasts

Continued CMF, EU NAVFOR Co-operation off Somalia coasts | Coastweek

EU NAVFOR’s Spanish Warship ESPS Patiño met up on the 23rd December, with CTF151 Pakistan Warship PNS Tippu Sultan, to continue counter-piracy operations at sea off the Somali Coast.Their cooperation in this major maritime trade route is no coincidence. To maintain durability and a presence even through the festive season, the respective counter-piracy missions still work together to ensure these vital sea lanes remain open and free from piracy. On this occasion the ESPS Patiño used its capability as an oiler to refuel the PNS Tippu Sultan whilst at sea to ensure the deterrence to repress piracy remains. The ESPS Patiño also has a SH-60 Sea King helicopter, which can be used for a multitude of purposes when deployed. PNS Tippu Sultan is currently tasked as part of Combined Task Force 151, a Combined Maritime Forces counter-piracy mission commanded from Bahrain. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

 


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Diversification remains key driver to expand trade in East Africa

Royal New Zealand Air Force on counter piracy maritime patrol | Coastweek

The World Bank’s latest Doing Business Report reveals improved rankings for many countries in the East African Community (EAC), such as Rwanda and Kenya, climbing up 15 and 12 places, respectively, from last year. This development has had a positive impact on the East African container trade market, which continued to see improvements in both imports and exports. PHOTOS - MAERSK EAST AFRICA

 


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South African President highlights inclusive growth during 2018

South African President highlighting 'inclusive growth' for 2018 | Coastweek

CAPE TOWN South Africa (Xinhua) -- Fireworks are seen over the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, South Africa, on December 31, 2017. Cape Town celebrated the New Year with a massive display of fireworks. XINHUA PHOTOS - WERNER HERBOTH and CLARRISA BOURN

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Elephant Festival starting in Nepal tourism hub Chitwan | Coastweek

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CHITWAN Nepal (Xinhua) -- Players participate in the Elephant Polo tournament during the 14th Elephant Festival in Sauraha, southwest Nepal’s Chitwan district. The five-day event, organized by the Regional Hotel Association of Sauraha in Chitwan National Park, was inaugurated by Nepali Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba. XINHUA PHOTOS - SUNIL SHARMA
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