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United Nations warn of high food prices in drought-hit East Africa

Global charity group CARE International warns of Somalia famine

Zimbabwe farmers forecast Maize output to triple after good rains

Former UN Chief commends Kenya on Regional Peace initiatives

UN mission concern with South Sudan internally displaced people


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Amber Tourist Resort creates 55,000 jobs across Zanzibar Island
 
Tanzanian authorities to build US $four million dollars Inland Port

World Bank approve US $250 million Credit for Kenya agriculture
 
Favorable laws encourage Kenya communities to conserve forest

Experts deplore crackdown on Kenya rights groups ahead of polls

Kenya bankers launch mobile payment platform to help cut costs

Demand for Kenya flowers in EU market rises with Valentine Day

Demand for Kenya flowers in EU market rises with Valentine Day | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- A charming girl vendor with a happy smile [left] shows flowers for sale at City Market in Nairobi, Kenya. The price of each rose flower from 20 Kenyan Shillings to 50 Shillings (about 0.5 U.S. dollar) on the eve of Valentine’s day. Flower vendors [right] prepare roses for sale on Valentine’s Day, which is an annual holiday celebrated worldwide on February 14. XINHUA PHOTOS - PAN SIWEI and CHARLES ONYANGO

 

Kenyan Appeals Court finally frees striking Doctor Union officials

Medics withdraw Minister membership in escalating Health crisis

Health ministry to end doctors strike amid jailing of union officials

Kenya labour court jail striking Doctors union officials for 30 days

Angry Kenya University lecturers marching in Nairobi Pay Protest

Rwanda and Uganda one stop border post reduces clearance time

More Kenyan exports for Slovakia after President Kiska State Visit

More Kenyan exports to Slovakia after President Kiska State visit | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta [right] and his Slovakia counterpart Andrej Kiska address the press at State House in Nairobi, capital of Kenya. Slovak President Andrej Kiska has began a three-day official visit to Kenya that will see him hold bilateral talks with his host, President Uhuru Kenyatta, and seek ways of expanding trade ties. XINHUA PHOTO - JOHN OKOYO

 

Burundi boycotts Tanzanian talks aimed at settling National crisis

Africa Fine Coffee and Exhibition has started in Ethiopian capital

Coast anti-narcotics police nab five more Mombasa Drug Barons

Zambia-Zimbabwe Kariba dam will start rehabilitation next month

Squeezed Kenya banks close branches while also laying off staff

UN urging East African States to revitalize war against Corruption

Mogadishu misery with 6.2 million now in need of food assistance

Mogadishu misery with 6.2 million now in need of food assistance | Coastweek

MOGADISHU Somalia (Xinhua) -- View of Misan Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp, located on the outskirts of Mogadishu, capital of Somalia. The UN Office for Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) says the number of people in need of assistance in Somalia has increased to 6.2 million, roughly half of the population. Nearly three million people are classified as existing in crisis, in urgent need of assistance and facing further food insecurity. XINHUA PHOTO - PAN SIWEI

 

Kenya and Slovakia presidents will expand trade and bilateral ties

Dominguez, Micock, Nolte and Faivelewitz deported to Seychelles

Four foreigners arrested in Mombasa during anti-narcotics sweep

East Africa leaders summit to discuss European Union trade pact

Namibians block calls to some countries due to 'Phreaking' frauds

First Four positions: Kenya runners shine at Lagos City Marathon

Extending mercy to menace: Ending use of Somalia child soldiers

Extending mercy to menace: End to use of Somalia child soldiers | Coastweek

Nairobi AMISOM News – Colonel Richard Leakey, the Commandant British Peace Support Team-Eastern Africa, addresses participants during a Training of Trainers course on prevention of the recruitment and use of child soldiers in armed conflict. The training was held in Nairobi. AMISOM PHOTO

 

Sudan Police downplays Explosion inside apartment in Khartoum

Nigeria government recover US 175 million dollar in looted funds

South Sudan will spend US 1.6 billion dollars on humanitarian aid

UN Security Council seek immediate End to South Sudan fighting

Kenyans plan on restoring five million hectares of degraded forest


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Tanzania Court convicts couple of smuggling million dollars Ivory

Rwanda medical workers banned from using cell phones on duty

IFRC seek more funding to help the hungry across Horn of Africa

Somali refugees welcome Court ruling on quashing camp closure

FOCUS:  Fighting in South Sudan forces 1.5 million people to leave

Kenyan benchmark Treasury Bills underperforming on Low yields

Prime Bank Marks 25 Years with Dinner For Its Mombasa Clients 

Prime Bank staff cutting a cake | Coastweek

Prime Bank staff cutting a cake to celebrate 25 years of service - Seen [from left] is Managing Director, Bharat Jani, Mombasa Branch Chief Manager Hasu Silveira, Executive Director Amar Kantaria, Nyali Branch Manager Shaina Osman and other staff members.

 

US 140,000 dollar information rewards on seven terror suspects

FOCUS: South Sudan needs U.S. $200 million for budget finances

Kenya and Tanzania conservationists enhance wildlife protection

Ecobank set to intensify East African banking sector investments

Funding is next main focus for African Continental health agency

Rare Namibia desert lion death of anthrax - Environment Ministry

EU NAVFOR and AMISOM training with Marine Unit off Somalia

EU NAVFOR and AMISOM training Somalia Marine Unit off Coast of Mogadishu | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA -- During their counter-piracy patrols off the coast of Somalia, Spanish marines and sailors from Operation Atalanta’s warship, ESPS Relampago, took the opportunity to train with AMISOM’s marine unit close to the port of Mogadishu. The training included briefings and exercises on boat handling, search and rescue, first aid and boarding a vessel at sea that is suspected of being involved in piracy. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

 

Kenyan shilling on recovery path after January fall of 1.4 per cent

Kenya Retail sector growing fast while mobile commerce booming

Kenya Court block government bid to close Dadaab refugee camp

Refugees not a burden but boon to Kenya economy - World Bank

Election of new Somalia president sparks celebration in NE Kenya

Opposition leader Nason Msoni says 'Zambia should stay in ICC'

Four African nations discuss Gas exploration in Lake Tanganyika

FOCUS: Another 'Inter-Burundi Dialogue' is scheduled for Tanzania

Drought in Kenya worsens human-wildlife conflict: Conservationist

Kenyan concerns at low food output despite Hybrid Seed adoption


 

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Al-Shabaab militants kill four in hotel attack in Bosaso, Somalia

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MOGADISHU (Xinhua) -- A local man checks the body of a victim at the site of a suicide attack in Mogadishu, Somalia, Jan. 25, 2017. A man [right] wounded during a suicide attack gets medical treatment at Madina Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, Jan. 25, 2017. The death toll in Wednesday's attack by Al-Shabaab militants on a hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu has risen to 15 while 15 other were injured, a senior official said. XINHUA PHOTOS: FAISAL ISSE

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Annual Indian Merchandise Exhibition Held at Nairobi Sarit Center

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NAIROBI (Xinhua) — Customers visit stalls of the Indian goods exhibition at Sarit Center in Nairobi, February 3, 2017. This is an annual event where Asian entrepreneurs meet with Kenyan traders and customers to boost their sales. XINHUA PHOTO: CHARLES ONYANGO

 


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Team Sagar and Sumaria Clinch MSC Invitational Snooker Doubles

Invitational Snooker Doubles Tourney players | Coastweek

Sagar Karia and Sumaria Shushrut were crowned as the new Mombasa Sports Club doubles invitational snooker champions after defeating Faruok Khan and Suhail Khan in two straight frames in a best of three in the just concluded tournament that ended last week. Seen [from left] Former Captain Philip Cheruiyot, Khuzeima Pothiwalla, winner Sagar Karia, Captain Alpesh Khimji, winner Sumaria Shushrut and sections treasurer Aamar Kaderbhoy.

 


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The KSPCA Gold Cup Goat Races is being held at the Agricultural Society of Kenya Showground in Nyali on the 26th February, 2017. There are going to be ‘Bubbles’, beers, sodas and water available, much needed in this hot weather and food. There will be between 20 and 25 goats racing and you can place your bets on the nine races... 

 

 

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Egyptian children attend a festivity held by Resala Charity to mark the World Cancer Day in Cairo. XINHUA PHOTO: AHMED GOMAA

Egypt reopens Hunting Museum after 10-year closure | Coastweek

Egypt reopened the Hunting Museum at Manial Palace in Cairo after a 10-year closure, a move to help revive the tourism sector. 

 
 


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Former PM Mohamed Farmajo elected new president of Somalia

Former PM Mohamed Farmajo elected new president of Somalia | Coastweek

MOGADISHU Somalia (Xinhua) -- Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo speaks after winning the vote in Mogadishu, Somalia,. Former Prime Minister Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo was elected new president of Somalia in a tightly contested polls held in Mogadishu on Wednesday. Young boys [right] stand next to campain posters of populist former Somalia prime minister Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed better known as "Farmajo" in Mogadishu. XINHUA PHOTOS - PAN SIWEI and FAISAL ISSE

 


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Ugandans commend Chinese 'Ban' on Ivory trade by end of 2017

Ugandans commend Chinese 'Ban' on Ivory trade by end of 2017 | Coastweek

KASESE Uganda (Xinhua) -- Rangers load an elephant tusk [left] recovered from poachers onto a waiting pick-up truck at Queen Elizabeth National Park in the western Ugandan district of Kasese. Elephants walking [right] in the Queen Elizabeth National Park. Uganda has welcomed China’s announcement to ban trade of ivory arguing that the move would be a great push to saving the giant mammals in Africa. China government last year announced that it would ban the trade of ivory by the end of this year. XINHUA PHOTOS - RONALD SSEKANDI

 


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Further 32 passenger coaches arrive for Mombasa-Nairobi railway

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MOMBASA (Xinhua) -- Workers unload a passenger coach for the Mombasa-Nairobi standard gauge railway in Mombasa. Kenya on Sunday received 32 passenger coaches from China that will run on the east African country’s high-speed Standard Gauge Railway (SGR). XINHUA PHOTO - ALLAN MUTISO

 

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