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Three Kenyan opposition supporters killed and scores injured

One dead and many injured in Kenya anti-electoral body riots

One dead and many injured in Kenya anti-electoral body riots | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Kenyan policemen patrol along a downtown street during a protest in Nairobi. One person was killed and scores injured in Kenya during countrywide protests to press for the removal of the top electoral body, officials and witnesses said on Monday. XINHUA PHOTOS - PAN SIWEI


Herd of elephants storm into three western Tanzania villages

Kenyan economy is strong with declining inflation and deficit

Foreign investor sales pushing up turnover at Nairobi Bourse

Kenyan public debt has surged to 60 percent of national GDP

Future for all wild animals is now in our hands - warns expert

Future for all wild animals is now in our hands - warns expert | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Specimens of rare Clarke's weaver [left] at National Museum of Kenya in Nairobi. Clarke's weaver is endemic to Kenya. It is threatened by habitat loss. IUCN listed it as an endangered species.  Emmanuel Kariuki [right], Exhibition Designer and Head of Exhibits Section at National Museum of Kenya, introduces dodo bird to journalists in Nairobi. The dodo bird is an extinct flightless bird that was endemic to the island of Mauritius, east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. The dodo achieved widespread recognition from its role in the story of Alice in Wonderland, and it has since become a fixture in popular culture, often as a symbol of extinction and obsolescence. . May 22nd was marked as the 'International Day for Biological Diversity' with this year's theme 'Biodiversity for Sustainable Development' to emphasize that humanity's fate is highly linked with biological diversity. XINHUA PHOTOS - SUN RUIBO XINHUA PHOTO and PAN SIWEI


Kenya set to start building 140 MW geo-thermal power plant

Africa athletes shining at IAAF Diamond League' in Morocco

Atalanta warship 'FGS Bayern' training with Tanzanian Navy

MS804: Submarine 'searching for evidence' of crashed flight

President commending peace keeping role of Kenya soldiers

Kenyans on line to meet WADA anti-doping code says Rugut

Kenya Wildlife Service rangers trained in diving skills at Diani

Kenya Wildlife Service rangers trained in diving skills at Diani | Coastweek

DIANI Kwale County -- Tourism, underwater research, community fishing, marine park management and public safety in the Indian Ocean will be enhanced following the training of 46 Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) rangers and researchers in various diving courses. The team drawn from all the 10 marine national parks and reserves have been trained for three weeks in six diving courses at the Diani Marine Diving Bases in Kwale County, thanks to support from the Kenya Coastal Development Project (KCDP) funded by the World Bank. PHOTO - KWS


Scientists to fast-track introduction of high yielding Kenya tea

Kenyan research body intensifies efforts to save Sandalwood

FOCUS: South Sudan aiming for 2.5 million tons of food output

Confident squad of Kenyan Volleyball Queens in Puerto Rico

Junior Kenya golfing star Kellie Gachaga to play British Open



Slow start for latest Burundi Peace talks hosted in Arusha city

UN again urge Kenyans to reconsider repatriation of refugees

Tanzanian Home Affairs minister is 'suspended for alcoholism'

Kenya anti-terrorism police questioning suspect in Mombasa

Third generation immigrants repatriated to African homeland

Two of the 33 former circus lions are seen at the Emoya Big Cat Sanctuary, Vaalwater, South Africa | Coastweek

VAALWATER South Africa (Xinhua) -- Two of the 33 former 'circus' lions are seen at the Emoya Big Cat Sanctuary, Vaalwater, South Africa's northern Limpopo province. Meanwhile a further three lions rescued by the Stichting Leeuw of Holland arrived at their new home, the Emoya Big Cat Sanctuary on Thursday. Emoya means "Welcome home" in Swazi language. The Sanctuary, with an area of 5,000 hectares, is currently home to 44 big cats. Thirty-three of them were lions rescued from circuses across Peru and Colombia and arrived here on May 1, 2016. The receiving of the three new lions is Emoya's second co-operation with Stichting Leeuw. XINHUA PHOTOS - ZHAI JIANLAN


United Nations confirms Macharia Kamau as 'Special Envoy'

Nairobi Bourse key indices closes week down as trading falls

ICC ask Ugandans to explain failure to arrest Omar Al-Bashir

Security Council conclude Somalia visit with call for elections

Noose Ends by Pasha and Karaoke at the Little Theatre Club

Rehearsals for the play in progress | Coastweek

Friday sees the return of one of unique and very interactive Karaoke at Little Theatre Club where artistes mingle with public fans of Karaoke to show their singing talents. Seen [from left] Play director Peter Mbugua keenly following rehearsals, Ashik Yusuf up the ladder trying to see othe side of garden, Lina Sanda and DJ Lenium in action during the play Noose Ends.


  OLATUNJI SALIU from Abuja ::::::::
  Nigeria labour union embark on
lone ride as staff shun protests
  RONALD SSEKANDI in Uganda ::::::::
  Backyard gardens revolutionize
agriculture in central Mubende
  South Sudan hopes to benefit
from East African investments



Gangsters with Islamic State flag kill three in Tanzania mosque

MS804: Remains of crashed 'EgyptAir' floating near Alexandria

United Nations leader urging Kenya not to close refugee camps

Equity and Safaricom stocks attracting foreign buyers at Bourse

Farmers expect to receive 138,000 tons of subsidized fertilizers



Coast police seize al-Shabaab terror suspect in boat near Lamu

MS804: Missing 'EgyptAir' jet 'may have been downed by bomb'
MS804: Wreckage of missing airplane found near Greek island
MS804: Causes of crash still unknown, no hypothesis favoured

MS804: Made abrupt swerves: Lost altitude near Egypt airspace

TPS (Uganda), Serena Hotels and PROPARCO sign loan deal

'Gold Medal' wins for Hellen Onsando Obiri and Ezekiel Kemboi

'Gold Medal' wins for Hellen Onsando Obiri and Ezekiel Kemboi | Coastweek

KUNSHAN China (Xinhua) -- Hellen Onsando Obiri of Kenya [center pink sweater] competes during the women's 1500m final at the 2016 IAAF World Challenge Beijing in Beijing, capital of China. Hellen Onsando Obiri of Kenya [right] celebrates after the women's 1500m final. Hellen Onsando Obiri won the gold medal with a time of 4 minutes and 2.11 seconds. XINHUA PHOTO - JU HUANZONG



Nairobi prepare for new United Nations Environment Assembly

FOCUS: Latest equipment for northern Tanzanian port of Tanga

United Nations commends Kenyan hospitality toward refugees

High-level panel deliberate on Sexual Offences Bill for Somalia

Informal lenders provide new lease of life for Kenyan teachers






  KUL BHUSHAN in New Delhi ::::::::
  PM Narendra Modi is still 'tops'
among the Indian middle class
  SHAN GUPTA in Melbourne ::::::::
  Splendid splash of colours and
joy as 'Aussies' celebrate 'Holi'
  KUL BHUSHAN in New Delhi  ::::::::
  ‘Madad’ or Help for Overseas
Indians now just a 'click' away

Lions Club Mvita Carry Out Immunization against ‘Rubella Measles’

Lions Club Mombasa Mvita members with children of Mtwapa area | Coastweek

Lions Club Mombasa Mvita put up a great road show, last Sunday, spreading awareness that vaccination is a must for children. Seen [from left] are Deepa Rajkotia, Tahera Biondi, Mayvesh Kulkarni, Dharmesh, Prashant Shetty, three members of the Church, medical officers, Micheal Kizungu, and two others with some of the children who benefitted.


Stage Set for the NIC Cup T20 Cricket Challenge 2016 Finals 

Man of the Match Cheque awarded | Coastweek

After three months of amazing cricket, the stage is set for the final of the NIC Bank Sponsored NIC CUP 2016 (The T20 Challenge) cricket tournament. [LEFT] Mombasa Sports Club player, Dev Hirani, receives a ‘Man of the Match Cheque’ for Qualifier 1 game from NIC Staff. [RIGHT] Coast Gymkhana player, Khistij Patel, receives a ‘Man of the Match Cheque’ for Qualifier 2 game from NIC Staff.






Five Participants Qualify During Coast Hockey Umpiring Seminar

CHA Umpires with their certificates | Coastweek

The newly qualified CHA Umpires with their certificates together with the Umpiring Course facilitation team: Solomon Kinyua, CHA Umpire Patrick Waweru, Susan Nganga, CHA/FIH Umpire Peter Obalo, Adams Kambu, CHA Umpires Manager Moses Otieno, Caroline Ndung’u, Pundo Denis and CHA Chairman Oliver Max.





KWETU training centre for sustainable development invites Coastal residents to participate in an exciting event celebrating the many ways ecological living is being promoted at the Kenyan Coast. The second annual Eco Festival will be held at KWETU Training Centre on 12th June 2016 situated in Mtomondoni Village on Mtwapa Creek from 9.00am to 5.00pm.



Police fire teargas | Coastweek

Police fire teargas to disperse opposition leaders, supporters when they held a demonstration outside the offices of the IEBC.

Tea packaging | Coastweek

Visiting Sudanese Standard and Metrology Organization Deputy director General tries his hand at tea packaging at the company factory in Shimanz, Mombasa.



Police firing tear gas as opposition 'elections protests' continue

Police firing tear gas as opposition 'elections protests' continue | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Siaya Senator James Orengo [left] addresses Kenya's opposition party Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) supporters during their protest along the streets of Nairobi. An opposition leader [right front] is evacuated by her security team during the protest. Opposition leaders and their supporters on Monday held a demonstration outside offices of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) calling for the commissioners' exit. XINHUA PHOTOS - CHARLES ONYANGO and JOJHN OKOYO


  By BEN OCHIENG in Nairobi ::::::::
  Athletics Kenya introduce tough
measures against age cheating
  South Sudan replacing foreign
curricula with indigenous format
  CHRISTINE LAGAT in Nairobi  ::::::::
  Mathare youth eye jobs in China
company to transform their lives



Killing of elephant matriarchs threatens Rainforests - scientists

Killing of forest elephant matriarchs threatens rainforests | Coastweek

SAMBURU (Xinhua) -- David from Save the Elephants watches elephants at Samburu National Reserve. In northern Kenya's Samburu region, there lives the second largest group of elephant species in this country. Around them, a number of elephant defenders have watched them day and night for the past 18 years. Founded in 1993, the organization Save The Elephants (STE) has been devoting its attention to secure the future of elephants and battle the ivory poaching. XINHUA PHOTOS - SUN RUIBO




Spanish navy ship has re-joined Somalia counter-piracy patrols

Spanish navy ship Santa Maria | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA -- Operation Atalanta is pleased to welcome back Spanish frigate ESPS Santa Maria. She was previously deployed on Op Atalanta in 2011 and will be conducting counter-piracy patrols over the coming five months. ESPS Santa María (F81) is the lead ship of six Spanish-built Santa Maria-class frigates, based on the American Oliver Hazard Perry class design, of the Spanish Navy. Laid down on 22 May 1982 and launched on 11 November 1984, ESPS Santa María was commissioned to service in October 1986. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR




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Uganda President Yoweri Museveni takes oath on another term

Uganda President Yoweri Museveni takes oath on another term | Coastweek

KAMPALA Uganda (Xinhua) -- Ugandan soldiers [left] parade at the inauguration ceremony for President Yoweri Museveni in Kampala. President Yoweri Museveni [right] inspects a military guard of honour in Kampala, after was sworn in for another five year term of office. XINHUA PHOTOS


  JOHN KWOBA in Nairobi ::::::::
  Kiprop to lead galaxy of Kenyan
stars to Eugene Diamond meet
  KIMATHI KAMAU in Nairobi ::::::::
  Athletics Kenya Marathon Team
officially confirmed for Olympics
  JOHN KWOBA in Nairobi  ::::::::
  Korir is surprise name in Kenya
marathon team to Rio Olympics





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Kenya determined to repatriate Somalia refugees from 'Dadaab'

Kenya determined to repatriate Somali refugees from Dadaab | Coastweek

DADAAB CAMP -- Refugee shelters in the Dadaab camp, a semi-arid town in Garissa County, in Kenya's North Eastern Province. It is the site of a large UNHCR base hosting 329,811 people in five camps as of October 2015, making it the largest refugee camp complex in the world. Dadaab is located approximately 100 kilometres (60 mi) from the Kenya–Somalia border. WIKIPEDIA PHOTO - PETER LEWIS



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