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Dramatic decline in Piracy and armed robbery off Somalia coast

Five Kenya soldiers injured in blast near Ishakani area at Kiunga

South Sudan fighting forces a further 37,000 to flee into Uganda

Kenya 'has proper measures to stop wild life attacks on humans'

Well fed Lions eat their fill during annual Maasai Mara migration

Lions eating their fill during the annual migration in Maasai Mara | Coastweek

MAASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE Kenya (Xinhua) -- A group of lions parade in front of a herd of wildebeeste at the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. Popularly known as Africa’s Greatest Wildlife Reserve, the Maasai Mara is a great tourist attraction center as it offers visitors an opportunity to observe the Africa’s “big five”: lion, cheetah, elephant, buffalo and rhino. XINHUA PHOTO - PAN SIWEI


UNHCR seeking extra funds for repatriation of Somali refugees

Kenya and Uganda security planning end to Cross-border clash

Savings groups provide financial aid to Kenya small businesses

Eight killed following explosion close to Mogadishu airport: report

Kenyan police officers join AMISOM to boost security in Somalia

Tanzania government capital moves to Dodoma from September
Faisal Mohamed jailed 20 years' and Ksh. 20 million shilling Fine

Faisal Mohamed jailed 20 years' and Ksh. 20 million shilling fine | Coastweek

MOMBASA (Xinhua) -- Described as 'Ivory Kenyan kingpin', Faisal Mohamed [front] is escorted to the cells by Kenya police after being sentenced 20 years imprisonment and a fine of Ksh. 20 million in a Mombasa Court. He was found 'guilty' of possessing ivory worth forty four million shillings. Principal magistrate Diana Mochache said considering the circumstantial evidence tabled in court, Mohammed is guilty of the offense. With the help of Interpol the 47-year-old Mombasa business man had last year been extradited back to Kenya from Dar es Salaam by the Tanzania authorities after he allegedly escaped a coast police dragnet when they raided his warehouse in search of illegal game trophies. XINHUA PHOTO - MBUYU CAZEIYA


Kenya expect 20 African leaders to attend Japan-Africa summit
Modern farming technology to boost rice production in Tanzania
Coast police enhancing security following Mombasa terror threat

President presents Kenya flag to Rio '16 Olympics Games Team

South Sudan president meets Ugandan counterpart over fighting



Kenya and Rwanda business women attend trade meet in Kigali

'Violence Does not Fall on One Roof Alone' - Kenya report ready

FOCUS: Kenyans commend deal on increased UNCTAD mandate

Tanzanian President Magufuli is taking over Chair of ruling party

Mombasa Serena Beach Resort wins two Awards for Excellence

Mombasa Serena Beach Resort win two awards of excellence | Coastweek

Seen [from right] Serena Beach Hotel and Spa General Manager Tuva Mwahunga [right] is joined by the Maintenance Engineer George Ongoro, Administrative Assistant Lucy Mwai and the hotel’s Food and Beverage Manager Herman Mwasaghau as they display two awards on environment and trip advisor which the hotel won recently..


Kenya urge EU and US to strengthen army and stabilize Somalia

Commonwealth legislators demand action against women abuse

Kenya deports Congolese musician after assault on female artist

Coast anti-terrorism police kill two wanted suspects in Mombasa

Best of the Best: Kenya award winning livestock at Nairobi Show

Best of the Best: Kenya award winning livestock at Nairobi Show | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Farmers proudly display their prize winning sheep and cattle for a parade during the 2016 Livestock Breeders Show in Nairobi. The three-day 2016 Livestock Breeders Show kicked off on Thursday, showcasing various contents within the Livestock industry of Kenya. More than 100 exhibitors participated in this livestock show. XINHUA PHOTOS - SUN RUIBO


  EXTRAVAGANT jewels center ::::::::
  Craftsmanship in fine diamonds
from the Belgian city of Antwerp
  PROTECTING global resource ::::::::
  FAO celebrating enforcement
of Treaty against illegal fishing
  KOLKATA skyline surprises  ::::::::
  Meet 'Big Ben' of eastern India
metropolis with links to London


Kenya Airways full year loss hits US 260 million on currency risk

26,000 refugees flee to Uganda escaping chaos in South Sudan

Zambia opposition party accuses police of planting petrol bombs

FOCUS: Resurgence of Uganda Lord Resistance Army rebel group

South Sudanese President Kiir asks his Deputy to return to Juba

Kenya are pressing for EU Trade deal signatures before deadline

UK frigate counter-piracy patrol covers three million square miles

Discarded and Disregarded: More support for AIDS/ HIV nurses | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA -- British frigate HMS St. ALbans dispatches her helicopter and rigid-hulled inflatable boats during a routine counter piracy patrol while operating with Combined Maritime Forces. CTF 150 is one of three task forces. Its mission is to promote maritime security in order to counter terrorist acts and related illegal activities, which terrorists use to fund or conceal their movements. CTF 150’s Area of Operation (AOO) spans over 3.2 million square miles, covering the Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, Indian Ocean and Gulf of Oman. This area is a vital artery of world trade that includes the main shipping routes from the Far East to Europe and the US with over 23,000 shipping movements per year. PHOTOS - COMBINED MARITIME FORCES


  REBEL ATTACKS in Istanbul ::::::::
  Coup attempt traps Turks with
increasing anxiety over future
  ALEX OSEI-BOATENG in Accra ::::::::
  Ghana cardiac doctor hones
skill with Chinese colleagues
  by LARRY NIELD in London ::::::::
  Nottinghamshire police declare
misogyny as public 'Hate' crime


UN launch largest ever Malawi emergency food relief operations

FOCUS: Namibia host African Drought Conference set for August

Unemployment driving South Sudan political Violence - Analysts

Thousands of South Sudanese protest against AU-backed force

Trade ministers making Good Progress at UN Nairobi trade talks

East Africa investors urge fast conclusion of EAC-EU trade talks

Africans urging support for enlarged Free Trade area at UN talks

President Kenyatta calls for greater global partnership with Africa

FOCUS: 'Calm but tense situation in South Sudanese capital' Juba

China helping young Kenya women keep up with fashion trends






“Karibu Kenya Modiji” Programme Attended by Mombasa Delegates

Mombasa Delegates with Indian PM | Coastweek

Mombasa delegates attended Karibu Kenya Modiji programme in Nairobi at Kasarani Stadium. Standing [from left] is VOC Chairman Nimish Shah, Saturday Club Chairman Anil Dodia, Shree Brahm Samaj Chairman Bharat Bhatt, Hon. Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, National Trustee Hindu Council Kishore Shah, Chairman and Managing Directoe Mombasa Eye Hospital Sanjeev Agarwal and Shree Navnat Vanik Mahajan Chairman Rajni Vora.





Good Entry at Rozy, B.T Ganiwalla Memorial Lawn Bowling Tourney

New Massey Ferguson 445 Xtra | Coastweek

MF 445 Xtra - Fergus Robley (left), the Managing Director of FMD East Africa demonstrates the features of the new Massey Ferguson 445 Xtra tractor to Simba Praddy (centre), a farmer and transporter in Chemelil and Jorim Osewe (right), the Agricultural Engineering Manager at Chemelil Sugar Company during an Xtra Care Clinic for owners of Massey Ferguson tractors. NAKURU SHOW - This Massey Ferguson tractor [right] attracted a lot of attention from show goers during the Nakuru Agricultural Show. FMD East Africa, a leading farm machinery distributor displayed equipment in partnership with Equity Bank.


  DONG HUA in Ho Chi Minh City ::::::::
  An unlucky Vietnamese betting
family lost fortune in Euro 2016
  GAO YUAN from Cape Town ::::::::
  Vulgar Zuma painting causing a
political storm over South Africa
  SHRISTI KAFLE in Kathmandu ::::::::
  Nepal first female Chief Justice
Sushila Karki for Oath of Office






Nyali Golfers Tee To Drive Off With 'Mercedes Kenya Trophy' !

DT Dobie Golf Day - Mercedes Kenya Trophy | Coastweek

Dinesh Sasan, overall winner with 44 points and Sandeep Gudka, men winner with 38 points receive prizes from DT Dobie Chief Operating Officer Philip Varghese while Perviy Barnsley, lady winner with 38 points receives a prize from DT Dobie, Mercedes and Jeep General Manager, Samuel Yapan during the DT Dobie Golf Day (Mercedes Kenya Trophy), at the Nyali Golf and Country Club. GOLF PHOTOS COURTESY OF GILBERT ONCHOKE






Iftar dinner menu items | Coastweek

The Englishpoint Marina offered a Ramadhan special Iftar which turned out to be very successful and popular with residents.

Africa Union ePassport grants visa-free travel to all member states | Coastweek

KIGALI (Xinhua) -- Rotating African Union chairperson Idriss Deby (r), and President of Rwanda Paul Kagame show their e-passports.



Discarded and Disregarded: More Support for AIDS/ HIV nurses

Discarded and Disregarded: More support for AIDS/ HIV nurses | Coastweek

DURBAN South Africa (Xinhua) -- A South African volunteer [left] shares her first time experience to get an HIV blood test, during the 2016 conference calls for eradication of Aids, in Durban. A group of activists [right] take part in a stage protest to demand more funding in the fight against HIV/ AIDS during the Durban conference. The 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) officially opened in Durban on Monday, calling for eradication of the deadly pandemic by 2030. XINHUA PHOTOS - GAO YUAN






Flying visit to 'Operation Atalanta' Spanish Counter-Piracy Patrol

Flying visit to Operation Atalanta’s Spanish Maritime Patrol Detachment | Coastweek

DJIBOUTI (Operation Atalanta) -- Chief of Staff (COS) of the Djiboutian Air Force, Major Ismail Abdigani Mahamad [left] has met with Commanding Officer of the Spanish MPRA, Spanish Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Rafael Saiz and later visited the Spanish Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft (MPRA) Detachment [right]. He flew on a mission in support of Operation Atalanta aboard the Spanish P-3 to gain insight into the work of the crews and their vital contribution to the Operation’s work in deterring pirates off the Somali coast. During the visit, Major Abdigani also took the opportunity to have talks with Operation Atalanta’s COS, Colonel Richard Cantrill, who was in Djibouti visiting the Spanish Detachment following his recent posting to the Operational Headquarters. The MPRA conducts important work for the Operation Atalanta, flying regular missions over the Somali coastline, on the lookout for pirate activity to ensure the seas are kept safe for all sea farers. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR








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UN agency deliver Humanitarian Aid to displaced in South Sudan

EUNAVFOR welcome conviction of armed pirates off Somalia | Coastweek

ENTEBBE Uganda (Xinhua) -- Injured Chinese peacekeeper Chen Ying is transferred to an ambulance at Entebbe International Airport in Entebbe, Uganda. UN has evacuated its fourth injured Chinese peacekeeper who sustained serious injuries in the recent fighting between two South Sudan rival army factions in the capital, Juba to Uganda for further specialized treatment. XINHUA PHOTOS - YUAN QING








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EU NAVFOR welcome conviction of armed pirates off Somalia

EUNAVFOR welcome conviction of armed pirates off Somalia | Coastweek

PORT LOUIS Mauritius -- The European Union’s counter-piracy EU Naval Force has welcomed the conviction of twelve men after they were found guilty by the Mauritian Court of attempting to carry out an act of piracy against a merchant ship, MSC Jasmine, on 5 January 2013. The successful conviction came after prosecution lawyers in the Republic of Mauritius challenged an earlier court ruling in November 2014 that had found the men not guilty of attacking the Cypriot container ship as it transited south in the Indian Ocean. This was the first piracy trial held by the Mauritian Court after a transfer agreement, that enables those suspected of committing an act of piracy off the coast of Somalia to be transferred to the island nation for prosecution, was signed between the European Union and the Mauritian Government in July 2011.














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