Mombasa terrorist attack 'imminent,' warns US Embassy in Kenya
The US Embassy in Kenya is advising Americans not to travel to Mombasa, warning of an "imminent threat of a terrorist attack."
Kenyans barred from seeking jobs in Middle East
Kenya has barred its citizens from looking for jobs as domestic workers in the Middle East, after an increasing number reported being mistreated by their employers.
Nairobi graffiti artists paint protests
Kenyan activists spray angry graphics to provoke political action.
Nairobi's lion problem: 6 killed outside park
2 adult lions and 4 cubs stray from Nairobi National Park and are speared to death after they attack livestock.
Prince William helps fight rhino poaching
The Duke of Cambridge, better known as Prince William, speaks out about the illegal trade in rhino horns, warning that with poaching rates soaring, rhinos could soon be extinct.
Africa to get new low cost airline
New company, Fastjet, to offer flights between Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana and Angola.
Helicopter crash kills Kenya security minister George Saitoti
Kenya's Internal Security Minister George Saitoti, who planned to run for the presidency next year, has been killed along with six others in a police helicopter crash into a forest just outside the capital, Nairobi.
Afghanistan: 4 kidnapped aid workers rescued by NATO
NATO forces have freed four aid workers kidnapped last month in Afghanistan's Badakhshan province.
Explosion in downtown Nairobi, Kenya leaves many wounded (VIDEO)
Following the blast in central Nairobi, TV news images showed smoke pouring out of a heavily damaged building in the city center.
What’s cooking? Kenya’s cool stove steps away from wood fires
Young American produces an efficient cooking device that makes profits on the carbon offset market.
Health in Africa: My Kenyan mamas
Commentary: An American journalist is reminded of the need to nurture and be nurtured.
Kenya: One killed in grenade attack on Mombasa nightclub
One person has died and five others have been injured after gunmen threw explosives into a popular nightclub in the Kenyan port city of Mombasa.
Lions stalk Nairobi’s suburbs
Kenya's urban sprawl is crowding out habitat for Africa’s king of the jungle.
Kenya: Grenade attack on church kills one, injures at least 16
A grenade attack on Sunday targeting a church in Nairobi, Kenya, left one person dead and 16 others injured.
Kenyans want AIDS windfall to stay in country
Activists point blame back at the US for unspent funding.
Kenyan rangers shoot dead five suspected elephant poachers
The men were killed during a late-night gun battle in the country's west.
African aquifer called 'huge' in groundbreaking water study
Huge swaths of the African continent, where many people do not have access to clean drinking water, sit atop up to a million cubic kilometers of water.
Britain releases secret colonial files that profile Barack Obama Sr.
Britain has released thousands of classified files from the days of British colonial rule, including one that names President Barack Obama's father at the top of a list of "anti-white" Kenyans studying in the US.
US reveals nearly $1.5 billion in unspent AIDS money
Massive backlog accumulates as recipient countries prove unable to spend funding.
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.