Kenya's anti-terror police are inflicting terror of their own
President Obama's visit spotlighted abuses against Muslims.
Obama said some weighty things in Kenya
As Barack Obama jetted off to Ethiopia, ending his first and likely only visit to Kenya as US president, a hashtag trended here: #NowThatObamaIsGone.
Obama is a proud Kenyan-American
The US president leaves Kenya for Ethiopia today, ending his visit with a tough-love message only family can get away with.
Meet George Obama, the US president's half brother on the sidelines
Barack Obama's visit to Kenya had the trappings of a family reunion. Just a selective one.
Politico says Kenya is Obama's 'most dangerous trip yet.' Everyone else says, what?
Call it the cringe heard 'round the world.
Obama disappoints Kenya's bombing survivors
Barack Obama laid a wreath today for victims of the 1998 US embassy bombing in Nairobi. But some Kenyan survivors of the attack were hoping for much more.
Kenyans welcome Obama as their own 'son of the soil'
But as the US president nears the end of his time in office, what legacy does he leave in Africa?
US President Barack Obama begins landmark Kenya visit
US President Barack Obama arrived in the Kenyan capital Nairobi late Friday, making his first visit to the country of his father's birth since his election as president.
Kenya on lockdown as Obama comes to talk security and trade
At least 10,000 police officers, roughly a quarter of the entire national force, have been deployed to the capital.
The internet's greatest reactions to CNN calling Kenya a 'hotbed of terror'
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Kenya massacre mall reopens in capital
Kenya's Westgate shopping mall reopened for business on Saturday, almost two years after Somali Islamists stormed in and massacred 67 shoppers and staff in four days of carnage.
New footage of MH17 crash site 'sickens' viewers a year on
The timing of the video's release is just uncanny.
Nothing says anti-gay like 5,000 naked people
A fringe party in Kenya has big plans for Obama's visit later this month.
In Africa, being gay makes you a target for extortion
Bribery and extortion are common, including at the hands of police.
Guns, knives and rape: The plight of a gay Ethiopian refugee in Kenya
An Orthodox Christian himself, Ibrahim believes religion is behind his torment.
Inside the nightmares of Africa’s LGBT refugees
You’ve heard about Uganda. But all over East Africa, people are fleeing for their lives because of their sexuality.
Kenya is spending millions to make the country pretty for Obama's visit
Obama’s first presidential trip to his father’s homeland comes after a devastating time for Kenya.
On eve of Obama’s visit, Kenya cracks down on peaceful dissent
Commentary: Government officials continue to attack human rights organizations.
Three UK sisters feared headed for Syria with 9 children in tow
Three British sisters are feared to have traveled with their nine children to join up with jihadists in Syria, a lawyer for the children's parents said Monday.
'No room' for gays in Kenya, says deputy president
William Ruto told worshippers at a church service in Nairobi that homosexuality had no place in the east African nation.
These 22 countries have produced 119 years of Boston Marathon winners
A history of running dominance in six charts.
World Bank projects leave trail of misery around the globe
Dams, power plants, conservation programs and other World Bank-sponsored projects have pushed millions of people from their homes, lands and livelihoods.
Kenyan court orders six suspects detained after university massacre
Five Kenyans and a Tanzanian are being held for a month.
Kenya's tourism industry braces for mass cancellations after al Shabaab attack
Along Kenya's coastal region, 23 hotels have already closed this year.
Kenyan officials claim they destroyed two al Shabaab camps in Somalia
Militants dispute the assertion.
Kenya says government official's son was among gunmen in Garissa attack
President Uhuru Kenyatta said the planners and financiers of Islamist attacks were 'deeply embedded' within Kenyan communities and urged Muslims to do more to fight radicalization.
Somali militants vow to turn Kenyan cities 'red with blood'
Somali militants vowed on Saturday to wage a long war against Kenya after the group's fighters killed nearly 150 people during an assault on a Kenyan university.
An eyewitness recalls the horror of Al Shabaab's attack on Kenya's Garissa university
The only reason Daisy Onyago survived, she thinks, is because her tiny dorm room looked like a toilet. There were so many bodies piled by the door that it was impossible to get out.
Laughing Somali gunmen taunted victims in Kenyan university massacre
Piles of bodies and pools of blood running down the corridors: survivors of the Kenya university massacre described how laughing gunmen taunted their victims amid scenes of total carnage.
Al Shabaab seige ends, leaving 147 dead
Gunmen from the Islamist militant group al Shabaab stormed a university in Kenya and killed at least 147 people on Thursday, in the worst attack on Kenyan soil since the US embassy was bombed in 1998.
Al Shabaab gunmen storm a university in Kenya
Six months after a US airstrike killed its leader, Al Shabaab — like so many terror groups before it — has demonstrated its resiliency.