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A ranger from the Kenya Wildlife Service walks past 15 tons of elephant tusks which were set on fire, during an anti-poaching ceremony at Nairobi National Park, March 3, 2015.

Kenya Burns 15-ton Ivory Pile in Defiance of Trade

Using symbolic incineration, government promises to destroy all of its remaining ivory stocks as it steps up fight against poaching More

Video Western Students Outsource Work to Kenyan Writers

Practice raises many ethical issues, though writers say the money is too good to turn down More

Video FGM Remains Rampant in Some Kenyan Communities

UN holds International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation - practice said to affect more than 140 million girls and women globally More

Video Kenya’s Ol Pejeta Conservancy Driving Animals Away from Humans

In 2013, 106 Kenyans were killed by wild animals and 520 others were injured More

A corrections officer looks on as inmates gather near housing units at Naivasha Maximum Prison in Kenya, October 2014. (Gabe Joselow/VOA)

Kenya Court Throws Out Part of Anti-terrorism Law

Restrictions on media removed, provision permitting authorities to detain suspected terrorists for nearly a year retained More

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