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Tanzania shut down four Alcohol factories in ongoing crackdown

Somalia opening Rehabilitation center for ex-militants in Kismayo

Checking out night sniper sights on Anti-piracy patrol off Somalia

Lawless Laipia livestock herders invading luxury private ranches | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA -- During their joint counter-piracy patrols off the coast of Somalia, the commanding officer of Republic of Korea warship, Choi Young, Kim Kyung Ryul, took the opportunity to invite Operation Atalanta’s Force Commander, Rear Admiral Rafael Fernández-Pintado Muñoz-Rojas and his Force HQ staff on board. After being warmly welcomed on the flight deck, Rear Admiral Fernández-Pintado was given an operational briefing about the Republic of Korea Navy and its commitment to strengthening maritime security in the Gulf of Aden and Indian Ocean. During their meeting ESPS Galicia and ROKS Choi Young’s navigators carried out ship manoeuvres as a sign of the close partnership between Operation Atalanta and the Republic of Korea Navy. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

 

New Kenya oil pipeline scheduled for completion by end of April

Kenya military have shot dead 57 'al-Shabaab' in South Somalia

FOCUS: Zimbabwe expect bumper Maize Harvest after good rains

Unknown gunmen Kidnap teachers at Hagadera Refugee Camp

'Iron Woman' Nadia Abdou is appointed first Egypt lady governor

Laikipia County facing severe drought and rise in food insecurity

Lawless Laikipia livestock herders invade luxury private ranchers

Lawless Laipia livestock herders invading luxury private ranches | Coastweek

LAIKIPIA (Xinhua) -- Broken fences [left] destroyed by illegal herders in Mugie Wildlife Conservancy. A lone herder [right] watches over his livestock grazing near Mugie Wildlife Conservancy. Due to the severe drought, pastures in Kenya's Laikipia County are withered. Local herders have entered nearby private Mugie wildlife conservancy without permission to let their livestock graze. XINHUA PHOTOS - PAN SIWEI

 

Kenyan families struggle to survive with commodity prices surge

Nairobi traders Riot: Make things hot for Eastleigh area Hawkers

Two dead as Mogadishu Bakara Market destroyed in fierce blaze

Generous China donates rice to Uganda to relieve food shortage

UN feed many thousands since famine declared in South Sudan

Amina Mohammed sworn in as new UN deputy secretary-general

Tsavo National Park in pristine condition despite Railway Passage


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Continuing drought raising Kenyan dependency on food imports

Rwanda calling for 'Sense of urgency' to fast-track development

Four feared buried alive as Mine Collapses in Northern Tanzania

KRA implementing a Regional Electronic Cargo Tracking system

Kenyans planning on use of Special economic zone to boost FDI

Coast Police shoot dead suspect 'al-Shabaab' Returnee in Kwale

Tokyo Marathon Tsunami: Extraordinary result from Team Kenya

TOKYO Japan -- Kenya's Wilson Kipsang ran the fastest-ever marathon on Japanese soil on Sunday to win the 2017 Tokyo Marathon. The 34-year-old stormed to the front of the pack in pursuit of the world record, and while he was unable to better that benchmark, his time of two hours, three minutes and 58 seconds was enough to see him comfortably beat compatriots Gideon Kipketer and former champion Dickson Chumba. In the women’s race there was another Kenyan victor, with Sarah Chepchirchir coming home in an impressive time of 2:19:47. She was too strong for the Ethiopian pair of Birhane Dibaba and Amane Gobena, who took second and third, respectively.

 

More drought assistance measures as hunger stalks urban poor

Kenya Police force boosts Security in clash-hit northwest Kenya

Tanzania to build port, repair road to enhance trade with Uganda
 
Experts warn unregulated development is hurting Urban renewal

Recent heavy rainfalls has caused 117 deaths across Zimbabwe

China stores to purchase Kenya mangoes amid bumper harvest

Spain command EU NAVFOR Somalia counter-piracy operation

Spain command EU NAVFOR Somalia counter-piracy operation | Coastweek

DJIBOUTI -- Rear Admiral Rafael Fernández-Pintado Muñoz-Rojas has assumed the role of Force Commander of the European Union’s counter-piracy Operation Atalanta on board his flagship, ESPS Galicia, during a ceremony held in Djibouti port. The ceremony was attended by the Spanish Minister of Defence, EXCMA María Dolores de Cospedal García; the head of the EU Delegation in Djibouti, Ambassador Adam Kulach and Operation Atalanta’s Deputy Operation Commander (DCOM), Rear Admiral Giovanbattista Raimondi. Djibouti is a key partner to the EU, with the busy port providing valuable logistical support to Operation Atalanta maritime patrol aircraft and warships. Translators from the Djiboutian Navy also regularly embark Operation Atalanta warships during their counter-piracy patrols to assist the sailors during their meetings with Somali and other regional forces. PHOTO - EU NAVFOR

 

Kenya security personnel curb cattle rustling in Northwest region

At least three killed in further Land Clash around Athi River town

UN Relief Chief visiting 'hot spots' in Yemen, Somalia and Kenya

UN rescue internally displaced people in South Sudan north town

South African riot police arrest 156 as Xenophobic attacks return


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Kenya Government to launch Budget proposals earlier than June

East Africa Community confirm to review Common External tariff

Zambian Ngoni clans celebrating first season agricultural harvest

Many hundreds of Coast health workers down tools in Mombasa

Police operation aim to flush out Somalia bandits from Kora Park

Kenya Police investigating Murders of three in Border town hotel

New Somalia President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed 'sworn in'

New Somalia President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed sworn in | Coastweek

MOGADISHU Somalia (Xinhua) -- Somalia’s new president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed [left] speaks during the inauguration ceremony in Mogadishu, capital of Somalia. Somalia’s new president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed is seen [second front right] and with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta [first front right] during the inauguration ceremony in Mogadishu. Somalia’s new president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, widely known as 'Farmajo', was inaugurated on Wednesday at a colorful ceremony attended by regional leaders who pledged support for the new government. XINHUA PHOTOS - FAISAL ISSE

 

Kenya Opposition alliance will challenge re-election of incumbent

Main Kenya opposition party to field single presidential candidate

East Africans seeks co-operative efforts to tackle severe drought

Kenyan law makers support to commercialization of GMO cotton

South Sudan hopes for strong Relations with both U.S. and U.N.

Kenyan government keeps ban on poultry products from Uganda

AMISOM commend Kenya Police officers for supporting Somalia

MOGADISHU -- AMISOM Commissioner of Police Brigadier Anand Pillay [left] presents a certificate of recognition to Inspector Jane Mwelu who has served as an Individual Police Officer (IPO) during a medals awards ceremony in Mogadishu. The head of the Kenyan Police contingent in Somalia, Superintendent of Police (SP) Mrs Rachael Munge Kironji [right], speaks during the medals awards ceremony for six Individual Police Officers in Mogadishu. AMISOM Police Commissioner, Brigadier Anand Pillay, said the Kenyan police contingent had exhibited both excellence and professionalism in their work. AMISOM PHOTOS - ATLINDA ALLAN

 

Serengeti Wildebeeste postpone Calving following delayed rains

Kenya Wildlife Service using elephants census to boost survival

Road Block: Tanzania-Zambia one stop center faces long queue

Mugabe warns Party against Canvassing for Zimbabwe positions

Four suspected members of Islamic State charged in Mombasa

UN agency need U.S. 825 million dollars for Somalia assistance

WFP will Deliver Food Assistance to 4.6 Million People in Sudan

Terror attacks will not deter efforts to stabilize Somalia say IGAD

More officials quitting South Sudan transitional unity government

Chinese scholarships to change fortunes of 35 Kenyan students

Thirty-five Kenyan students signs the scholarship agreement | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- A delegate (1st, L front) of the Thirty-five Kenyan students signs the scholarship agreement during a farewell ceremony at the Railway Training Institute in Nairobi, Feb. 22, 2017. Thirty-five Kenyan students will depart to China at the end of February on a scholarship program to prepare them for Kenya’s new railway. The 35 students are the second batch of Kenyan students going to study in China under the China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) scholarship program which aims to train 100 Kenya students in railway studies. XINHUA PHOTO: LI BAISHUN

Zimbabwe President Mugabe turns 93 and to continue as leader


 

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Chef Ali Mandhry Features In John Kaveke's Men's 2017 Collection

Male ‘Raw Attitude’ collection where Kenya Chef Ali Mandhry | Coastweek

On 11TH February 2017 Mombasa born Kenyan International Designer John Kaveke had an opportunity of showcasing his new collection in New York Fashion Week at Studio 450 in Manhattan NYC.  Face of John Kaveke - Male ‘Raw Attitude’ collection where Kenya Chef Ali Mandhry [left] walks the ramp at the New York Fashion Week with international top models.

 


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Nearly 1.4 million children at imminent risk of death as famine looms

Press conference on humanitarian crisis | Coastweek

UNITED NATIONS (Xinhua) -- United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres (c), Helen Clark (L), administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, and Stephen O’Brien, UN under-secretary-general for humanitarian affairs and emergency relief coordinator, attend a press conference on humanitarian crisis in South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and north-east Nigeria, at the UN headquarters in New York, on Feb. 22, 2017. Over 20 million people in South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and north-east Nigeria are facing “devastating” levels of food insecurity, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told reporters here on Wednesday. XINHUA PHOTO: LI MUZI

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CASA Swimmers Break 14 National Records at the Aga Khan Pool

Overall Shield winners and Girl's category winners | Coastweek

Coach Malik with the swimming team of Aga Khan Academy Mombasa [left] that won the Overall Shield in the CASA Age Group 10 years and Over Swimming Competition, Aga Khan Academy Mombasa was also the first in girl’s category, Mombasa Academy took second place and third place went to Oshwal Academy Mombasa as seen on [right].

 


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Maina Gichungu Clinches Mombasa Golf Club Captain’s Prize

2016 Captain Prize winners | Coastweek

Maina Gichungu [left], Overall Winner with a differential of 42c/b receives a prize from Philip Wahome Of Dstv [centre] and Mombasa Golf Club Captain Jacob Murimi while Gertude’s Children’s Hospital Outpatient Manager Edwine Barine, presents a prize to Hilda Mugure [right], Best Lady with 25 points during 2016 Captain Prize at Mombasa Golf Club. GOLF PHOTOS COURTESY OF GILBERT ONCHOKE

 


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Murders of three in border town hotel | Coastweek

GARISSA (Xinhua) -- Locals carry the body of one of the three men killed at a local hotel in Garissa, XINHUA PHOTO: INGATI STEPHEN

Resolution Insurance Unveils Marine Insurance | Coastweek

The launch of a marine insurance cover dubbed ‘Resolution Marine Cargo’ at the Whitesands Beach Resort in Mombasa.

 
 


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French anti-air frigate 'Forbin' rescues crew from a sinking dhow

French anti-air frigate 'Forbin' rescues crew from a sinking dhow | Coastweek

Combined Maritime Forces -- The French Marine Nationale anti-air frigate FS Forbin, assigned to Commander Task Force (CTF) 50-led by the Royal Navy, has assisted in the rescue of mariners from a sinking dhow. FS Forbin was in the Gulf of Oman when the ship heard a 'May Day' call from the dhow ‘Al Shena’ in distress. All crew members and passengers were winched off the sinking dhow by the French Aircrew and transferred to a nearby merchant vessel which had also responded to the 'May Day' call. Minutes after the last person had been lifted off the vessel, the ‘Al Shena’ capsized and sank. PHOTOS - COMBINED MARITIME FORCES COMMANDER TASK FORCE 50

 


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South Korea navy join EU NAVFOR anti-piracy patrol off Somalia

South Korea navy warship joins EU NAVFOR anti-piracy patrol off Somalia | Coastweek

ROKS Choe Yeong is a Chungmugong Yi Sun-sin-class destroyer in the South Korean navy. In March 2017 Choe Young, will join the European Union’s counter-piracy operation off the coast of Somalia, EU NAVFOR Somalia – Operation Atalanta. The Choe Young will partner EU NAVFOR warships to prevent acts of piracy such as those that plagued the waters off the coast of Somalia just a few years ago. The 4,400 tonne frigate has 300 crew members, Lynx helicopters and a special operations team on board. PHOTOS -EU NAVFOR

 

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