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Uhuru mourns death of GSU officers in Garissa IED attack

Uhuru says Kenya will never succumb to terrorists' criminal acts.

IED kills 10 police officers near Somalia border

IG says the officers were on patrol near the Kenya-Somalia border.

Farmers ask for help to stop livestock deaths due to heavy rains

All eight subcounties are affected, with carcasses scattered everywhere.

Emulate Morocco on water management, envoy tells Garissa

Ambassador El Mokhtar Ghambou said his country is 'more than willing' to offer the necessary support

Campaign to promote HPV vaccine kicks off in Garissa

Stakeholders meet to engage community and raise awareness on importance of vaccine.

Cohesion team starts national peace drive

Commission targeting women and youth 'who bear the brunt of violence'.

Abdi makes Cabinet reshuffle to improve services

Abdihakim Noor, former Health executive and acting Finance chief, is full-time Finance boss.

Korane urges land payout before Lapsset goes ahead

All land communally owned; cannot be compulsorily acquired like land owned by individuals.

Prepare for disastrous flash floods, Mandera told

Rains already bad, transport links severed, crops washed away and 1,000 goats killed.

Livestock key to growth of Wajir economy, says Governor Abdi

About 13 million in the arid and semi-arid regions derive their livelihoods from livestock production

Korane demands proper use of World Bank funds

Facilitating partners were introduced to key stakeholders and a rollout plan provided

Don't wait for white collar jobs, be innovative, youth told

Unemployment and access to education remains a major challenge for the youth

Garissa pastoralists get paid for lost livestock

The programme has paid Sh299 million to its 18,000 beneficiaries

Chief, teacher arrested over Banisa killings of 10

Administrator says government has restored normalcy, citizens warned against spreading hate messages.

Heavy rains kill over 1,000 goats in Mandera

Government has been supplying relief food and water to sustain livestock in drought.

Tana River residents want conflict at Kitui border resolved

Hostilities between the two communities have resulted in the loss of lives, property and livestock.

200 fleeing Kitui families stuck in makeshift camps

They have no shelter, food, clothes or medicine.