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Henry Owino reports on a three-day long ceremony of repentance for the 2007-08 post-election violence,...

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In a country where political discourse is defined by ethnic group, Maina Waruru fears vernacular radio...

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Moses Wasamu on initiatives to help prevent violence at the polls, including promoting peace via text message...

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The polite deliberation between candidates could be a sign of a calmer country ahead of the March general election, writes...

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As the polls loom, Moses Wasamu outlines the implications of a fiercely contested vote, including candidates...

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With his elderly teacher in mind, Maina Waruru urges Britain to settle with surviving Kenyan fighters quickly...

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Maina Waruru questions the motivations of firms seeking compensation from the British government.

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Ikal Angelei is winning the fight to save Lake Turkana from Ethiopia's Gibe III dam.

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Maina Waruru celebrates payouts for persecuted activists on the International Day in Support of Victims of...

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Slum dwellers are using urban agriculture as a buffer to market shocks, report Danielle Nierenberg and...

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Stories to tell and stories to forget – sympathy, like everything else, is rationed in the Kakuma Refugee Camp. 

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Thanks to Barack Obama and a piece of mobile technology, Kenya's reputation is now based on more than just safari parks, as...

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Conflicts between nomadic communities over water shortages increase

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In many African societies seed preservation was once an almost sacred duty. Isaiah Esipisu explains why it is becoming vital...

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Conflicts between nomadic communities over water shortages increase

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Tabitha Nderitu considers the implications of Kenya’s new constitution.

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