Kenya tastes new beers named for "Big 5" wildlife
Nairobi's first microbrewery targets growing middle class with craft beers.
Kenya: Landslide in Nairobi kills 6, others still trapped
The Kenyan Red Cross has pulled at least four people out of the landslide alive, but the rescue operation is being slowed by rain and mud.
Up to 15 injured in Kenya grenade attacks
Grenades ripped through a restaurant in Mombasa and a religious rally in Mtwapa.
Oil found in Kenya by Anglo-Irish firm Tullow Oil
Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki announces discovery of oil in Kenya's Turkana region by Tullow Oil, an Anglo-Irish firm that also struck oil in neighboring Uganda.
Maasai cricket warriors (PHOTOS)
A group of Maasai warriors in Kenya formed a cricket team to promote healthy living.
Somalia: Judith Tebbutt freed six months after being kidnapped from Kenya beach resort
British tourist Judith Tebbutt, kidnapped from a holiday resort in Kiwayu, Kenya, in a raid that killed her husband, has been released after six months in Somalia.
Kenya to hold elections in March 2013
They will be the first presidential and parliamentary elections held under the new constitution that was drafted after a disputed poll in 2007. Violence surrounding the conflict killed over 1,000.
Kenya News: Al Shabaab denies Nairobi bombing
Islamic extremist group states they do not engage in such "low-scale attacks."
Kenya: New Constitution promises unprecedented rights for women
But the hard-won rights for Kenyan women are in danger of becoming mere platitudes.
Kenya News: Police make arrests after deadly Nairobi attack
Kenyan police have arrested four suspects in an Al Shabaab-linked grenade attack in Nairobi.
Kenya links bus station attack to Al Shabaab
At least 4 dead and dozens wounded after grenades explode.
ICC rejects Kenyatta, Ruto appeal
Presidential contenders must stand trial for inciting 2007 bloody election violence.
Kenya government fires 25,000 public health workers for striking
The Kenyan government has let go of 25,000 public health workers and nurses after they refused to return to work.
Pirates: The economic costs of maritime crime
Piracy cost $6.9 billion. Two recent studies shed light on the negative and positive effects of piracy.
Kenyan police hunt 7/7 bomber widow
Kenyan police are hunting a terrorism suspect who may be the widow of one of the suicide bombers that struck London on 7 July 2005, killing 52.
Mombasa: High-speed internet connection disrupted by ship's anchor
East Africa's Internet connection has slowed, after a ship entering Mombasa port dropped its anchor on fiber optic cables.
Somalia: Kenya's drive against Al Shabaab (PHOTOS)
Kenyan army sets base near Somali town Tabda, but Al Shabaab is nowhere to be seen.
Somalia: Kenya's drive against Al Shabaab
Tabda was one of the first towns seized by the Kenyan army when it invaded Somalia in mid-October.
Kenya: Men boycott home-cooked meals to protest domestic abuse (VIDEO)
Maendeleo Ya Wanaume has called Kenyan men to boycott home-cooked meals for six days.
Chinese workers freed in Sudan, flown to Kenya
A group of 29 Chinese workers kidnapped by SPLM-N rebels in Sudan have been freed and flown by the Red Cross to Kenya, while the body of one Chinese national killed following the Jan. 28 attack was handed over to embassy officials.
Kenya: Where Princess Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth II
She came to Kenya as Princess Elizabeth and left as Queen Elizabeth II.
Kenya News: Obama's grandmother Sarah Onyango Obama in car accident
Sarah Onyango Obama, 90, was in a car that rolled off a country road.
Somalia News: Kenyan and AMISOM forces aim to expel Al Shabaab
The AU and the Kenyan military have devised a two-front strategy in order to finally dismantle Al Shabaab's military presence in Somalia.
South Sudan, Kenya agree to oil pipeline
South Sudan and Kenya have signed an agreement to build an oil pipeline connected to the Kenyan port Lamu.
Kenya News: Deputy Prime Minister and other officials do not face dismissal
Despite standing trial for human rights violations and crimes against humanity, four top Kenyan officials are not forced to resign.
Kenya: Presidential candidates Kenyatta and Ruto accused of crimes against humanity
While being tried International Criminal Court for their role in 2008 election violence, they are determined to run for president.
East Africans step up plans for their own “euro”
Delegation travels to Europe to study prospects for a regional currency.
Somalia News: Enough Project analyzes Somalia-Kenya conflict
An influential think tank puts out an expert analysis of the Kenyan invasion of Somalia.
Kenya News: High Court delays election date until 2013
Well-paid lawmakers vote to ignore the constitution and delay elections once again.
Al Shabaab militants attack Kenyan police base
Al Shabaab forces killed at least six people on Thursday and abducted three, including two Kenyan officials.
Kenya News: UK citizen charged in bomb plot
Four accused, three Kenyans and a Brit, all deny links to al-Shabaab.