Kenya police break up anti-corruption rally with tear gas
The anti-corruption protest had barely begun when it was brought to an abrupt end, baton-wielding police firing volleys of tear gas and charging at a group of hundreds gathered in Nairobi's centre.
President says UN 'scapegoating' Kenyan soldiers in South Sudan
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday accused the United Nations of "scapegoating" Kenyan soldiers for the failings of the UN peacekeeping mission in South Sudan.
Kenya declares curfew in strife-hit Mandera
Kenya's government on Thursday announced a 60-day dusk to dawn curfew in the northeastern town of Mandera, hit by two deadly terrorist attacks in three weeks.
12 killed in Shabaab bomb attack in Kenya
A bomb blast at a guesthouse in northeast Kenya killed at least 12 people on Tuesday, in an attack claimed by Shabaab militants which last hit the area earlier this month.
Kenya's controversial election commission quits
The election commission that oversaw Kenya's flawed 2013 polls and was tarnished by a corruption scandal will receive a $2 million pay-off in return for agreeing to leave office early, local media reported Thursday.
Six killed in suspected Shabaab attack in northeast Kenya
Six people were killed in a suspected attack by Shabaab militants on a residential compound in the restive northeastern Kenyan town of Mandera, police and local authorities said Thursday.
Shabaab militants storm Kenya police post
Islamist gunmen launched an overnight attack on a police camp in Kenya's north-east, close to the Somali border, police and militants said Thursday.
Man jailed 100 years for abusing 3 girls inside church
A young Kenyan man who followed three young girls from a funeral to a church and locked them inside to sexually abuse them, was sentenced to 100 years in jail Wednesday.