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A proposal to expand sanctions on Hezbollah and some of its associates maybe drastically watered down before it is introduced in the U.S. Congress, a leading banker said Friday.
With headwinds from trade, forecasts for this quarter are turning more tepid and point to a continuation of steady but not stellar growth.
He decided to risk by depositing Sh65,000 with the fisheries company and had a pond dug to accommodate his first batch of catfish. He says neighbours would laugh at him, wondering how he could just gi
He decided to risk by depositing Sh65,000 with the fisheries company and had a pond dug to accommodate his first batch of catfish. He says neighbours would laugh at him, wondering how he could just gi
Aviation regulator said the airline would be using three aircraft types for the flights, a Boeing 737, a Bombardier and an ATR72.
The fund is expected to help in the fight against tuberculosis, provide support in HIV programmes, malaria, as well other interventions in Resilient, Sustainable Health Systems, for the period 2018 to
Delays jolt Lake Turkana Wind Power Project as standoff persists over interpretation of clause in Power Purchase Agreement signed in 2014.
National Treasury CS Henry Rotich and Pubic Service's Sicily Kariuki Friday said the government will deal firmly with state agency board chairmen and CEOs who do not rationalise their international tr
Leaders speak only on other regions but fail to mention challenges facing the continent such as terrorism and instability.
Toyota Kenya said it has started training shuttle drivers to help maximise their profits and enhance road safety.
Kwale International Sugar Company Limited (Kiscol) has appointed a new general manager.
Kenya Pipeline Company has trained at least over 1,000 youth, women and persons with disability who own enterprises to enable them participate in Government procurement.
Historic photos line a modern, brightly lit 995-foot-long corridor set to open June 5, linking seven new airline gates in the D-Gate Concourse to the airport’s U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Detroit News travel store at airport offers everything from souvenirs to cellphone chargers        
In a Friday night news dump, The Washington Post revealed that one of the reasons for the increased scrutiny might be from Jared Kushner speaking to the Russian ambassador about setting up secret comm
Jude Bricker resigned Friday as executive vice president and chief operating officer at Allegiant Air after working 11 years with the Las Vegas-based budget carrier, company officials said.
Riot police in Venezuela fired tear gas and water cannon to stop anti-government protesters from marching on a key military installation during the latest violence in nearly two months of unrest. The
A federal judge on Friday tossed out life prison terms for one of two men convicted in a deadly Washington, D.C. area shooting spree, saying he must be re-sentenced in light of a U.S. Supreme Court ru
According to the Military Times, a memo is circulating around the Pentagon that condemns the mortuary director who was in charge of the body of deceased Ohio Senator John Glenn (D-OH). The Military Ti
Kingston Frazier was laid to rest on Friday with calls for change.              
LAS VEGAS (AP) ó Allegiant Air’s parent says its chief operating officer has resigned, the second high-ranking executive to leave the discount carrier this month. Allegiant Travel Co. said Frida
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) ó A Michigan jury has convicted a Florida co-pilot of being drunk while preparing for a charter airline flight last summer. The jury in Grand Rapids federal court convicted 35
A former Texas nurse known as the “angel of death” for allegedly having killed up to 60 babies was served a new murder warrant linking her to the death of an infant boy more than 30 years
The White House is preparing to post to its website information about waivers it has granted to ex-lobbyists working in the president's office. Spokeswoman Lindsay Walters says the information will b
The Trump administration’s call for an opening of U.S. national monuments to economic development has drawn 107,00 comments from the public, with many expressing hope that sites like Utah’
US stocks have made small gains as media companies and sellers of beauty products and food moved higher.
Iditarod CEO Stan Hooley said thereís no doubt the decision is related to activists like PETA implying the Iditarod condones cruel treatment of the dogs.
After the Centre announced strict rules to prohibit sale of animals for slaughter or religious sacrifice at livestock markets and animal fairs that are a common occurrence in rural areas, the Communis
Defense contractor to invest $3.7 million and add 60 jobs over next four years.              
Corporate demand for electricity from renewable sources to meet clean-energy goals is leading utilities to cut the use of a politically prized fuel.
Approaching 40 years old, Tom Brady said it's neither happenstance nor his DNA enabling him to continue to play football at an elite level in a league in which most quarterbacks his age have long
Boeing disclosed Friday that last year it saved $242 million thanks to Washington stateís aerospace industry tax incentives, $63 million less than the previous year. The figures indicate Boeing paid
Slamming the opposition after Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was denied to visit riot-hit Saharanpur, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday asserted that the former is a master in politic
Wal-Mart expects to finish a remodel of a North Las Vegas supercenter before the end of summer.

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