Fighting Al Qaeda: Has Al Qaeda gained ground under Obama's watch?
Obama killed bin Laden. But Romney says Al Qaeda is still a threat. He's right.
Researchers use cell phones to track the movement of malaria in Africa
Could cell phones help scientists fight malaria? New research tracks human movement with cell phones, allowing them to form new insights into where malaria might occur
Protests in Kenya after MPs vote to give themselves massive bonus; President will veto bill
Protesters marched through Kenya's capital, Nairobi, after members of parliament voted in favor of a sendoff bonus of $110,000 each.
Darkness on the Delta: Tribal tensions flare in Kenya
The strife between the Orma and Pokomo tribespeople continues after a series of back-and-forth revenge massacres this summer.
African Union, Somali forces take control of Kismayo, key port city and last Al Shabaab stronghold
The city of Kismayo in southern Somalia was the last stronghold of Islamist militants Al Shabaab, but has now been secured by African Union and Somali forces.
Geoffrey Mutai wins Berlin Marathon
Kenya's Geoffrey Mutai won Sunday's Berlin Marathon with a time of two hours, four minutes and 15 seconds.
2 Kenya police officers shot dead near Somalia border
Two Kenyan police officers were shot dead and their rifles were stolen on Sunday in the northern town of Garissa near the border with Somalia.
Revenge attack on Somalis after deadly grenade blast in Nairobi church
An angry mob attacked Somalis in Nairobi, Kenya, injuring 13, following the grenade blast at a church that killed one child and injured several others.
Somalia: African Union troops to enter Kismayo after rebels flee
African Union troops will move into the Somalian city of Kismayo after the withdrawal of the Al Shabaab militants.
Somalia: Troops storm Kismayo, the last Shabaab stronghold
Kenya's military said African Union troops had captured Somalia's port city of Kismayo — but Al Shabaab deny their last remaining stronghold has fallen.
Urban farming: A lesson from Africa
These are not your trendy Manhattan urban farms.
US Election: What if Kenya could vote?
'Obama has been a disappointment because he promised to close Guantanamo Bay which he didn’t. The foreign policy of the US is not very favorable.'
Kenya soldier kills 6 Somali civilians
Six civilians have been shot dead by a Kenyan soldier advancing towards the al-Shabab stronghold of Kismayo.
Somalia gears up for final offensive against Al Shabaab
Although the military is expected to defeat Africa's most-sophisticated Al Qaeda affiliate, it's unlikely to fully destroy it.
Suicide attacks on Sunday church stopped, Kenya police say
2 arrested inside apartment filled with explosive vests, AK-47s, grenades and IEDs, Kenyan police say.
Dozens killed in latest ethnic clashes in Kenya's Tana River district
At least 38 people have died in Kenya's Tana River district in the latest clashes between the rival Pokomo and Orma ethnic communities.
Al Shabaab branches out beyond Somalia
Rising from the chaos of Somalia, Al Shabaab has become Africa’s most dangerous and far-reaching Al Qaeda affiliate.
In Africa, Al Qaeda finds new life
Local militants groups are hitching onto Al Qaeda’s ideology, giving it new theaters of operation.
Kenya: 12 killed in ethnic clashes in Coast Province
Twelve people have died in clashes between two ethnic groups in southeastern Kenya.
New outbreak of violence in riot-hit Mombasa, Kenya
Kenya's coastal city of Mombasa has seen a third day of deadly violence after the death of Muslim cleric Aboud Rogo Mohammed
Riots rage in Mombasa, Kenya over killing of Muslim cleric Aboud Rogo Mohammed (VIDEO)
Four dead in second day of rioting in Mombasa, Kenya's second-biggest city, by Muslim youth angry over the killing of cleric Aboud Rogo Mohammed.
Kenya: At least four dead in Masai Mara tourist plane crash
Two German tourists and two pilots were killed when their plane crashed in Kenya's Masai Mara national park, one of Africa's most famous safari destinations.
Kenya: At least 48 people hacked or burned to death in ethnic clashes
Kenyan police said 34 people were hacked to death with machetes, and 14 people were burned alive in clashes in the Tana River district of Kenya's Coast province.
Ugandan helicopters, Somalia-bound, go missing over Kenya
Ugandan helicopters disappear over Kenya.
Venezuelan embassy official accused of murdering ambassador to Kenya in power struggle
Venezuelan embassy official Dwight Sagaray has been charged with murdering ambassador Olga Fonseca.
Ebola puts Kenya labs on high alert
Kenya put its labs on high alert and dispatched protective medical gear to its border provinces after an Ebola outbreak in neighboring Uganda.
Olga Fonseca murder: Kenyan police arrest 6
Kenyan police have arrested six people in connection with the death of Venezuela's acting ambassador and charge d'affaires Olga Fonseca.
Venezuela ambassador murdered in Kenya
Police officials said acting Venezuelan ambassador to Kenya Olga Fonseca was murdered Friday in Nairobi.
London Olympics: Can Kenyans continue to dominate the marathon?
Mountainous Iten produces the world's best runners. But as the village's lifestyle changes, Kenya's dominance may decline.
Kenya is out-running even itself
The best runners in the world come from the mountain village of Iten, Kenya. But times are changing.
Foreign aid workers kidnapped from Kenya released in Somalia
The four aid workers, from the Norwegian Refugee Council, were kidnapped at the Dadaab refugee camp near Kenya's border with Somalia.