Somalia News: Parliament fights again (VIDEO)
As fights in Somalia's parliament erupt again, at least three MPs are hospitalized.
Somalia News: Ethiopia rejoins the war
Somali Prime Minister dismissed any talk about "traditional enmity" toward Ethiopia, but the fight continues.
Somalia News: Pirate hijacking continues
As piracy off the coast of Somalia continues, new research studies how these pirates invest money.
Kenya War: Counting the cost of the Somalia conflict
Kenya's answer to funding the conflict in Somalia may be "re-hatting."
Kenya News: Twitter updates on Somalia conflict
Kenyan military spokesman and the Shabaab press office draw attention as they tweet war updates.
Top 5 worst natural disasters of 2011
From Japan to the United States, it was another bad year for natural disasters.
Record ivory seizures in 2011, a 'horrible year' for elephants
The past year saw a record number of large-scale elephant tusk seizures, with illegal ivory trade between Africa and Asia continuing to rise, according to Traffic, the wildlife trade monitoring group.
Rains come to East Africa
After terrible drought, now Kenya is innundated with torrential downpours.
Kenya's jingoistic press
How Kenya's media is covering the country's first-ever war in Somalia.
The gray area of gay refugees
A Ugandan couple flees to a Kenyan camp, finding little relief.
Sudan expels Kenyan ambassador
Sudan has expelled Kenya's ambassador in Khartoum after a High Court judge in Nairobi issued an arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.
Thanksgiving ode to disgusting food
We are grateful for not having to eat some things twice.
Marko Cheseto: Kenyan runner loses both feet after 2 days in Alaska snow
Marko Cheseto, a long-distance runner from Kenya studying at a college in Alaska, has lost both his feet after spending more than two days out in heavy snow.
Kenya seeks backing for Somalia invasion
Kenyan officials have called on the international community for help in defeating Al Shabaab.
Shujaaz: More than just a comic book
Shujaaz has extended its reach across different platforms to educate young Kenyans about life.
A beautiful film on a terrible subject
The Human Rights Watch film shares a dark piece of Kenya's recent political history.
Shabaab slams Kenya-Israel pact
Militants say the agreement is an attempt to destroy Muslim people and their religion.
Somali children dying in Kenyan camp: reports
An increased number of children have died in a Kenyan camp due to a cholera outbreak and violence.
Kenya troops aim to carve 'buffer zone' out of Somalia
Observers say the plan could spark another war inside Somalia
New plan for drought victims pays out
A new insurance program covers lost cattle, the pastoralists' currency.
Israel to help Kenya fight terrorists
Israel will likely provide anti-terror training to Kenyan security forces.
Kenya: where all Somalis are suspects?
As Kenyans worry about terrorist threats, ethnic Somalis fear discrimination.
American suicide bomber in Somalia leaves chilling message
Young Somali-American from Minnesota blows himself up in Somalia, leaves "martyrdom message."
Kenyan planes strike Al Shabab: At least 10 dead
Kenyan fighter jets have bombed the southern Somali town of Jilib.
Kenya News: Kenya troops fight Al Shabaab extremist rebels in Somalia
Big terrorism attack feared in Kenya as army pursues Al Shabaab in Somalia.
Kenya bus attack "kills four" near Somalia border: reports
Four people reported dead in grenade attack on vehicle in northeastern Kenya
Kenya News: Terror suspect claims to be Al Shabaab
A Kenyan man claiming to be from Al Shabaab pleaded guilty to participation in a deadly grenade blast in Nairobi.
Kenya official: US, France join fight against Al Shabaab
The West has amped up its involvement in the fight against Al Shabaab in Somalia, Kenya says.
Two explosions rattle Nairobi
Two explosions rattled Nairobi, Kenya on Monday, leaving at least one person dead and 20 injured, Bloomberg reports.
US warning of "imminent threat" posed by Al-Shabaab in Kenya (VIDEO)
American citizens in Kenya were warned Saturday of an "imminent threat of terrorist attacks" after Kenya sent troops into Somalia to pursue Al-Shabaab Islamic militants.
Somalia: Kidnappers offer to sell dead French woman's body
France's defense minister said Marie Dedieu's kidnappers in Somalia have tried to sell her dead body.