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Video Apps Helping Kenyan Businesses Stay Ahead of Counterfeiters

Counterfeit goods in Kenya cost government as much as $1 billion each year in lost tax revenues More

An instructor teaches students in Lodwar, Turkana, Kenya. He supplements his teachers salary with a small shop managed by him and his wife.  (K. Prinsloo/ ARETE/UNESCO)

Kenya Teachers Union Backs Strike Action

Group chairman says teachers will not return to classrooms until government increases their pay by 50-60 percent as ordered and upheld by several courts More

Panelists at a town hall hosted by VOA Somali broadcaster Falastine Ahmed Iman in Nairobi, Kenya, Aug. 29, 2015.

Panel: Defeat Al-Shabab With Correct Interpretation of Islam

Some panel members voice concern that the way Kenyan security forces treat some communities is resulting in young people turning to al-Shabab More

Sufi Sect Leaders in East Africa Pledge to Fight Extremism

Sholars from Sufi sect of Islam from Kenya, Tanzania, Somalia, Ethiopia, Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo vow to fight extremist teachings and terrorist activities More

Kenyan marathon runner Rita Jeptoo walks past photographers as she arrives at the Athletics Kenya headquarters after failing a doping test, in Kenya's capital Nairobi, January 15, 2015.

Reports: Kenyan Athletes Warned of Doping Tests

German state broadcaster ARD, Britain's Sunday Times say IAAF has not followed up on hundreds of suspicious tests More

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