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As dozens more protesters were arrested, Native Americans in North Dakota prepared for a long fight over the Dakota Access pipeline.
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Mercedes-Benz is accelerating its rollout of battery-powered cars in a race to meet tighter emissions rules as European buyers turn away from fuel-efficient diesel cars.
Organised crime gangs are flying into Ireland in order to carry out weekend raids on stores selling smartphones, a retail body has said.
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Information and Communication Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru is among wealthy Kenyans claiming to have been defrauded of Sh20 billion by home entertainment operator Wananchi Group.
Information and Communication Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru is among wealthy Kenyans claiming to have been defrauded of Sh20 billion by home entertainment operator Wananchi Group.
Recently, 66 shops at Jamia Mall in Nairobi's central business district (CBD) closed after the owners protested the "high good will" amount demanded by the landlord.
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Kenya has seen great development in terms of technology over the last few decades. Apart from being ranked among the top 100 countries with worldwide innovation influence, the country has recorded gre
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Some time back, Bridget Maria Lubia was in the spotlight when she carved herself a place among top candidates countrywide in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams. With this news, a promisi
Some time back, Bridget Maria Lubia was in the spotlight when she carved herself a place among top candidates countrywide in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams. With this news, a promisi
The training of architects in Kenya is facing a credibility challenge as it emerges that only one university offers a validated course.
The training of architects in Kenya is facing a credibility challenge as it emerges that only one university offers a validated course.
In the heart of Toi market in Kibera, Julius Kinyua is busy collecting overripe and rotten bananas heaped in one corner of his stall.
In the heart of Toi market in Kibera, Julius Kinyua is busy collecting overripe and rotten bananas heaped in one corner of his stall.
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The news comes after the last of three objections to its construction was withdrawn.
African tech startups raised funding in excess of $129 million in 2016, with the number of startups securing funding growing 16.8 percent relative to 2015.
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