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Airtel Hosts Special Iftar for Muslim Faithfuls in Mombasa County

Airtel hosts special Iftar for Muslim faithfuls in Mombasa County | Coastweek

[LEFT] Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi [left] with Mombasa County Governor Hassan Ali Joho and Airtel Kenya CCO Abdallah Khamis when they joined Muslim faithfuls at Ummu Khulthum Mosque for Iftar. [RIGHT] Mombasa County Governor Hassan Ali Joho and Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi hand over dates to Ummu Khulthum Mosque representative. ni.

   

 
  DAVID MUSYOKA from Nairobi ::::::::
  Kenya and Ethiopia ink deals to
bolster bi-lateral developments
 
  CASH STRAPPED HARARE ::::::::
  Zimbabwe civil servants facing
hardship as salary still delayed
 
  DENIS ELAMU from JUBA  ::::::::
  South Sudanese agriculture plan
will improve basic food security
   

 

 

Kenya economy has registered 5.9 percent growth in first quarter

Kenya ministry anticipates bumper harvest amid fear of shortage

FOCUS: United Nations warning of Food insecurity in South Sudan

Kenya appoint German national Spier as new Director of Football

South Coast makuti fire burns Neptune Hotels along Diani Beach

AMISOM urge Somalis to return home and help rebuild Nation | Coastweek

DIANI South Coast -- Fire broke out at three beach resorts belonging to Neptune Hotels and five cottages in Diani, Kwale County, all of which were razed to the ground on Tuesday evening. The fire reportedly spread due to winds and aided by the Makuti dried palm leaf roofing commonly used on chalets and hotel buildings in the area. The three hotels - Neptune Beach Resort, Neptune Village and Neptune Paradise Hotel - are owned by the same company, Neptune Hotels. No persons were reported injured in the incident.

   

 
  KIMATHI KAMAU in Nairobi ::::::::
  Caleb Mwangangi Ndiku set for
super star Farah Rio re-match
 
  KIMATHI KAMAU in Nairobi ::::::::
  Kenyan athletic trials in Eldoret
are labelled the 'mini-Olympics'
 
  KIMATHI KAMAU in Nairobi ::::::::
  Vivian Cheruiyot eyes Olympics
Gold track finish after Trials win

 

Coast police shoot dead 'al Shabaab' terror suspect from Malindi

Police interrogating eight terror suspects arrested in coast region

Tanzanian police kill suspected gangsters in Tanga city outskirts

Latest Space technology improving weather monitoring in Kenya

Government counting on ICT to speed agriculture modernization

Five year programme will boost Lake Victoria fisheries resources

NSE Key Index: Top stocks plunge as foreign investors in retreat

 

 

FAO and African Union project to end hunger in Horn of Africa

Indian Prime Minister Modi plans on visiting four African States

African Union again urge 'inclusive talks to solve Burundi crisis'

MH 370: Debris recovered on Pemba Island is from a Boeing 777

Zanzibar authorities investigating reports of 'sinking' cargo ship

FOCUS: leukaemia not sole disorder, but many different diseases

 


 

 

 

 

Puppet show in Cairo brings back Egyptians’ childhood memories

Kids watch the puppet show “The Grand Night” in Cairo Opera House | Coastweek

CAIRO (Xinhua) -- Kids watch the puppet show “The Grand Night” in Cairo Opera House, Cairo, Egypt, June 25, 2016. The Grand Night, or El-Kebera in Arabic, a famous Egyptian puppet operetta, was performed by actors from Egypt’s National Puppet Theater for free to local residents during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. Xinhua PHOTO: Meng Tao


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Mombasa School Children Walk to Mark World Sickle Cell Day 

Spedag Ladies team prior to their Kenya Women premier league match | Coastweek

Spedag Ladies team prior to their Kenya Women premier league match against Soccer Sisters from Nairobi at Mombasa Sports Club. Spedag won 9-0. Harambee Starlets prolific striker Mbeyu Akida was the star attraction for Spedag Ladies FC when she scored four goals that assisted her team to register a morale boosting 9-0 victory against Soccer Sisters from Nairobi during a Kenya Women Premier league match played at Mombasa Sports Club.


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80 Golfers at KAHKC as Kaguta Earns Best Gross in June Mug

Winners of June Medal | Coastweek

Winners of June Medal at Nyali Golf and Country Club [from left] are, Sumali Sayasinghe, Lisa Holmberg, Jayne Githere, Grace Karanja, Suhas Gudka, Venessa Peris, Chrisine Ockotch, Grace Gachoka with sponsor Stella Kinyanjui of EABL. GOLF PHOTO BY GILBERT ONCHOKE

 


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Zanzibar Quran Memorization Competition | Coastweek

Juma Mohamed (left) Kenyan Representative at Zanzibar Quran Memorization Competition, being awarded second prize.

Rush for the Auto Expo Plots Space | Coastweek

CBA Team Leader of Asset Finance Elizabeth Karanja [left], confirms the allocation of the first two large plots in Auto Expo to Toyota Kenya with Cecilia Wanjiru.

 
 


 THIS WEEK IN PHOTOS

Kisumu-Nandi: Two dead, houses burnt and families displaced

Kisumu-Nandi: Two dead, houses burnt and families displaced | Coastweek

KISUMU-NANDI BORDER (Xinhua) -- Displaced families [left] move to a rescue camp and a disheartened resident [right] salvages some property from his burnt house after clashes between two communities on the border of Kisumu-Nandi counties. At least two people were killed and property destroyed during Monday night's cattle stealing incident. XINHUA PHOTOS - ALLAN MUTISO

 

 

 

Counter piracy warships refuelling-at-sea off the Somalia coast

AMISOM urge Somalis to return home and help rebuild Nation | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA COAST -- The EU Naval Force’s counter-piracy mission, Operation Atalanta, is currently supported by two German Navy ships; one is the flagship, FGS Bayern, and the other is a tanker, FGS Spessart. The two ships recently met at sea in order for FGS Bayern to refuel and so enable her to maintain her counter-piracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden and Somali Basin. Refueling at Sea – or RAS – is a careful manoeuvre which requires skill and precision from both vessels. The RAS took around an hour to complete and afterwards FGS Bayern resumed her counter-piracy patrols thus ensuring that seafarers and their vessels remain safe from Somalia pirate attacks. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

 


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Ethiopia and Kenya to enhance co-operation with energy sector

Ethiopia and Kenya to enhance co-operation on energy sector | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and visiting Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn [left] address the press during the Kenya-Ethiopia business forum at Intercontinental hotel in Nairobi. President Kenyatta and visiting Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn [right] arrive for the Kenya-Ethiopia business forum. Kenya and Ethiopia have signed five bilateral agreements, including a pact on the construction of an oil pipeline that will run through the two countries. XINHUA PHOTOS - ALLAN MUTISO

   

 
  EXCLUSIVE Economic Zones ::::::::
  Pair-trawling threatens livelihood
of artisanal fishermen in Ghana
 
  WORLD Food Program plea ::::::::
  WFP need $74 million dollars
for South Sudanese refugees
 
  CAIRO faithful celebrate Iftar ::::::::
  Egyptians blessed with happy
and colourful Ramadan nights
   

 

 


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AMISOM urge Somalis to return home and help rebuild Nation

AMISOM urge Somalis to return home and help rebuild Nation | Coastweek

MOGADISHU Somalia (AMISOM) -- View of Mogadishu fishing harbour from the Aruba Hotel, in the Somali capital Mogadishu. Since the Al-Qaeda-affiliated extremist group Al Shabaab withdrew from fixed positions in Mogadishu -- after having steadily lost territory to forces of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) backed by troops from the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) -- city residents have enjoyed the longest period of relative peace in 20 years, with re-building and re-generation work taking place all over the city and businesses and a semblance of normal daily life returning to the now busy streets of the once war-shattered Horn of Africa capital. AU-UN IST PHOTO - STUART PRICE

 

 


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