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Four dead in Nairobi building collapse

At least four people were killed, 40 injured and several others were missing a day after a six-storey residential building collapsed in the Kenyan capital Nairobi, officials said Monday.

Kenya High Court suspends parts of controversial security law

Kenya`s High Court on Friday suspended key parts of a controversial new national security law pending a full examination of the legislation.

Militants attack bus on Kenyan coast, no injuries

Islamist gunmen on Saturday opened fire on a passenger bus along the Kenyan coast but fled without injuring anyone, witnesses and officials said, nearly a month after Shebab militants executed 28 non-Muslim bus passengers in the country.

Kenyan leader signs controversial anti-terror bill into law

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has signed into law a controversial anti-terrorism bill that sparked brawls in parliament and provoked charges that it violates basic freedoms.

Kenyan leader signs controversial anti-terror bill into law

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday signed into law a controversial anti-terror bill that sparked brawls in parliament and charges that it violates basic freedoms.

Mixed emotions in Kenya as President beats international court

Tears of grief, cries of joy: the reactions of ordinary Kenyans to the dropping of crimes against humanity charges against the president mirror the divisions that remain years after bitter election violence.

Kenyan President says `vindicated` after ICC drops charges
Kenyan President says `vindicated` after ICC drops charges

 Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said on Friday he was "vindicated" after the International Criminal Court`s chief prosecutor dropped a case against him alleging crimes against humanity.

Crashed Kenyan fighter pilot missing in rebel-held Somalia: Army

A Kenyan fighter pilot whose jet crashed in an area controlled by al Qaeda-affiliated Shebab fighters in southern Somalia is missing, the Army said on Friday.

ICC gives prosecutors week`s deadline to finalise Kenyatta trial

 The International Criminal Court on Wednesday gave prosecutors a final week either to strengthen or drop crimes against humanity charges against Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, saying a trial could not be postponed any longer.

Kenyan Prseident gets hero's welcome in Nairobi on return from ICC court

President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived in Nairobi Thursday to crowds cheering him home, a day after becoming the first sitting President to appear before the International Criminal Court on crimes against humanity charges.

Witness protection at heart of ICC`s Kenya trial woes

The International Criminal Court`s prosecution of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has stumbled mainly on the vulnerability of witnesses, allegedly bribed, intimidated or exposed as liars.

Kenyatta becomes first president to appear before ICC

 Kenya`s Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday became the first sitting president to appear before the International Criminal Court where he has been charged with crimes against humanity.

Prosecutors seek ICC ruling that Kenya not cooperating

International Criminal Court prosecutors on Tuesday asked judges to rule that Kenya is not cooperating with their crimes against humanity case against Uhuru Kenyatta, as the Kenyan president flew to The Hague.

Kenyan leader heads to International Criminal Court

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta flew out of Kenya today to attend a hearing at the International Criminal Court, where he will become the first sitting president to appear before the chamber.

Kenya president to step down during court hearing

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday told the nation in an address before parliament that he would temporarily step down as president while attending a hearing at the International Criminal Court this week.

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta summoned to ICC over claims of `non-cooperation`

The International Criminal Court said Friday it had summoned Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta to appear before the tribunal over charges his government has withheld documents requested by prosecutors preparing his crimes against humanity trial.

Kenya eye CAN success after World Cup visit

Watching World Cup matches in Brazil has convinced the football stars of Kenya they can qualify for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) in Morocco.

Kenya government under attack over rights record

Kenya`s governing duo of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto have spent their first year in office undermining civil rights and operating with "rampant impunity", two rights groups alleged Wednesday.

International court scraps start of Kenyatta trial

The International Criminal Court scrapped the start date for the trial of Kenya`s President on charges he orchestrated violence after his country`s 2007 elections.

African leaders seek peace talks in South Sudan

Fighting persisted in parts of South Sudan`s oil-producing region as African leaders tried today to advance peace talks between the country`s president and political rivals he accuses of attempting a coup to seize control of the world`s newest country.