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Four Kenyan police officers hurt during Nairobi Helicopter Crash

Polish tourist killed in six-seater plane crash near Lake Naivasha

Bad/ Sad 24 hours for light aircraft pilots in Nairobi and Naivasha

Bad/ Sad 24 hours for light aircraft pilots in Nairobi and Naivasha | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- The wreckage [left] of a crashed police helicopter near Mathare in Nairobi, Kenya. At least four police officers were injured after a police aircraft crashed in the capital Nairobi on Thursday. Nairobi County police commander Japheth Koome confirmed the incident at Nairobi’s sprawling Mathare slums after a brand new Agusta Westland 139 police helicopter crashed. NAIVASHA (Xinhua) -- Police and emergency service members [right] work at an airplane crashing site in Naivasha. A Polish tourist died and her four British counterparts were seriously injured on Thursday after a six-seater light aircraft they were flying in crash-landed in Naivasha, about 90 kms northwest of capital city Nairobi. XINHUA PHOTOS - ALLAN MUTISO and ROBERT MANYARA

 

East African Community leaders delay signing of EU trade pact

Experts urge legume cultivation to improve African food security

UN ask Kenyans to prepare for more South Sudanese refugees

UNHCR say 70,000 Somalia refugees are ready to return home

Southwest Special Forces kill 'al-Shabaab' Bay Region militants

Southwest special forces kill al-Shabaab militants in Bay Region | Coastweek

LABAATAN, Jirow, Somalia (AMISOM) -- South West Special Forces [left] have killed al-Shabbab militants, destroyed al Shabaab hideouts and recovered firearms in the on-going security operation in Labaatan Jirow neighbourhood situated in Baidoa, Bay Region, Somalia. Recovered AK 47 rifles [right] and ammunition. AMISOM PHOTOS - SABIR OLAD

 

South Coast Police arrest Ugandan 'terror suspect' near Kwale

Kenyans launching new strategy to fight Extremism and Terror

Champ Kipruto eyes Brussels meet steeplechase world record

FOCUS: South Africa ruling party reject state capture allegations

Military aircraft tyre burst causes Mombasa Airport flight delay

At least four Kwale fishermen drown from an over-loaded boat

East African summit opens in Dar es Salaam: Tanzania official

 

 

Expanding Kenya economy forecast to grow 5.9 per cent 2016

Kenya account deficit to fall to 5.5 percent for 2016/ 2017: IMF

Kenyan tea farmers expect better earnings with Good Weather

Kenya to enhance border surveillance and curb Polio Outbreak

Africa officials seek more finance to boost Film industry growth

'Operation Atalanta' Commander welcomed on Japanese warship

Counter piracy warship escort World Food vessel to Somalia Port

Counter piracy warship escort World Food vessel to Somalia port | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA -- The Italian warship ITS Euro has recently escorted World Food Programme (WFP) chartered vessel MV Apollonas in the Gulf of Aden. When chartered by the WFP, the vessel transports food-aid around the region. ITS Euro was on-hand to ensure she was able to transit the area safely without fear of pirate attack. At the beginning of the escort, ITS Euro’s AB-212 helicopter transferred a team to MV Apollonas in order to explain to her Captain the escort procedures to ensure both ships were kept safe. Thanks to these escorts the EU Naval Force has enabled the WFP to safely deliver humanitarian aid to areas of Somalia hardest hit by food shortages. As well as providing escort to vulnerable vessels, Operation Atalanta ships patrol the seas off Somalia to ensure pirates are unable to operate and seafarers are able to use the waters safely. PHOTO - EU NAVFOR

 

Natural beauty product helps with Kenyan graduate employment

South Sudan accepting deployment of Regional Protection force

Zambia president-elect to be inaugurated next week says official

FOCUS: Controversial pastor visit to South Africa causing concern

Safer seas will benefit Somalia Farmers and Livestock Exporters

Safer seas now benefit Somalia farmers and Livestock exporters | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA -- During one of her counter-piracy patrols off the coast of Somalia, sailors from Operation Atalanta Italian warship, ITS Euro, recently met the crew of a dhow that was transporting livestock from Somalia to the Middle East. After warm greetings were exchanged, the dhow’s captain invited some of the Italian sailors on board to meet his crew and to thank them for helping to keep the Somali waters safe from pirates. The Italian team took some supplies with them to give to the crew, such as food and water. Operation Atalanta warships routinely patrol the waters of the Gulf of Aden and Indian Ocean to ensure that there is nowhere for pirates to hide and that the attacks that plagued seafarers off the Somali coast just a few years ago do not start up again. As the Somali coast is now safer, Somali farmers and livestock exporters have been able to increase their access to the enormous markets on the Arabian Peninsula. It is estimated that the livestock industry contributes 40 per cent to Somalia’s Gross Domestic Product, so ensuring that the trading routes remain open is crucial. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

 

President Uhuru Kenyatta signs new Fishery Management law

Pragmatic economic diplomacy paying dividends: Kenya expert

Rwandans name 22 baby gorilla during conservation ceremony

Introduction of VAT hurting business at leading Tanzanian port

Kenya Hindu communities celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi Festival

Operation Atalanta head meets Commander of Chinese escort

Impressive 'Mombasa Super Bridge' of the Standard gauge rail

Impressive 'Mombasa Super Bridge' of the Standard gauge rail | Coastweek

MOMBASA (Xinhua) -- Weekend view of 'Mombasa Super Bridge' of the Standard gauge railway (SGR) project, near Mombasa, Kenya. The 480-kilometer SGR line being built by the China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), will run from Mombasa on the eastern coast to the capital Nairobi. The project will not only boost local economy, but also unleash massive transport and infrastructure benefits to the people of the country. XINHUA PHOTO - PAN SIWEI

 

Security forces arresting four IS fighters in south west Somalia

Nairobi bourse weekly share trading hit record US $358 million

Kenya will form special Police unit to fight graft and drug traffic

Kipkorir and Chepchirchir win 'Yellow River Marathon' in China

APDK Rehab Clinic receive Ksh. 3.9 Million from Jugend Club

The Jugenclub Club – Weingarten at APDK Rehabilitation Clinic | Coastweek

Long term friends of the APDK Rehabilitation Clinic – the Jugenclub Club – Weingarten received a warm welcome on 25th August, 2016 at the Clinic’s compound in Portreitz. The club has been visiting and supporting the Clinic for over 25 years. The Jugend Club leader and President Gerhard Junginger holding Salim Barisa and the Clinic’s Manager Mrs. Leah Mwachari holding a dummy cheque of 3.9 million while patients [from left] Msitu Mtende, Robert and Sammy Mboga look on.

 

Fitch Ratings sanguine on effects IMF Zambia finance program

South African president distances himself from mineral minister

FOCUS: Namibia authorize Qatar and KLM airlines for Windhoek

Kenya expecting one billion dollars in tourism revenues this year

President Kenyatta calls for more effort to exploit Blue Economy

North Coast police arrest two students over 'Islamic States' links

Kenyans charge another sports official over Rio Olympics fiasco

 

 

Captain Wanyama roots for Ugandans to qualify for 'Africa Cup'

First conservation and tourism exhibition has opened in Rwanda

Lamu Muslim cleric killed by explosive device near Somali border

Amisom honour Uganda Police Officers for distinguished service
 
Spectacular annular solar eclipse occurs across Southern Africa

Spectacular annular solar eclipse occurs across Southern Africa | Coastweek

JOHANNESBURG South Africa (Xinhua) -- Combined photos taken on Sept. 1, 2016 shows the process of a partial solar eclipse in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa. XINHUA PHOTOS - ZHAI JIANLAN

   

 
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  Gaza Zoo animals leave for new
home in South African sanctuary
 
  ABDULRAZAK ISSOUFOU ALFAGA
  Calls for more support to Niger
'Taekwondo' after Rio success

 

NSE record best trading day with twenty million dollars turnover

Kenya plan to adopt global auditing standard to attract investors

Kenya inflation has fallen slightly to 6.26 percent during August

East Africans now on course to harmonize capital markets laws

Senegal President commends modern Mombasa-Nairobi railway

Senegal President commends modern Mombasa-Nairobi railway | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Senegalese President Macky Sall [second left] talks with Liu Xianfa [second right], Chinese Ambassador to Kenya, and Wen Gang [third right], Chairman of China Road and Bridge Corporation, at a construction site of Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) in Nairobi. Senegalese President Macky Sall [second right] visits a construction site of Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) in Nairobi. Senegalese President Macky Sall gave a strong endorsement of China-funded SGR linking Kenya’s port city of Mombasa to the capital, Nairobi. Sall who toured the construction site of the SGR project on the outskirts of Nairobi accompanied by several cabinet members said the mega infrastructure project dovetailed with Africa’s socio-economic transformation agenda. XINHUA PHOTO - PAN SIWEI

 

Kenya to boost effort in conserving rare snakes from Extinction

WHO calls for education campaign to prevent Zika virus spread

Zimbabwe ban all demonstrations after anti-government protest

FOCUS: Sudan and UN provide support to South Sudan refugees

South Africa worry as Futuregrowth may freeze state firm funds


 

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African Trainees Learn the Essentials of Lion Dancing in Dalian

Jinzhou Lion Dance | Coastweek

BEIJING (Xinhua) -- Li Mingxu (centre), an inheritor of Jinzhou Lion Dance, teaches African trainees the essentials of lion dance performance during a training session in Dalian, northeast China’s Liaoning Province. As a China-Africa cultural exchange event, ten trainees from Zimbabwe and Nigeria participated in the five-week training course on the Chinese lion dance. XINHUA PHOTOS: CHEN JIANLI

 


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First conservation and tourism exhibition has opened in Rwanda

tourism exhibition at Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village | Coastweek

KIGALI (Xinhua) -- Rwanda Development Board’s (RDB) Chief Executive Officer Francis Gatare [left] takes part in the tourism exhibition at Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village in Kigali, capital of Rwanda. The three day event was organized in line with the 12th gorilla naming ceremony slated for September 2, in Kinigi, northern Rwanda. The exhibition attracted both private and public sectors and development partners from Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Nigeria and Zimbabwe. XINHUA PHOTOS

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Mombasa Golfers Tee Off to Great Scores at the AIG Golf Day

AIG Golf Man and Lady Winners | Coastweek

Pauline Gichara, lady winner with 38 points receives a prize from AIG Head Auto Kenya and Uganda, Josephat Muindi and Suresh Hirani, men winner with 40 points, receives a prize from AIG Head of Financial Lines Bernard Dulo during AIG Golf Day held a the Nyali Golf and Country Club. PHOTOS BY GILBERT ONCHOKE

 


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A herd of elephants drinking at a waterhole | Coastweek

Mbaraki Girls’ Secondary School situated in the heart of Mombasa town took a field day trip to Tsavo East National Park.

China-Egypt cultural year enriches mutual exchange | Coastweek

Chinese trader introduces products during the China trade fair at the Cairo International Convention Center in Cairo, Egypt.

 
 

 


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Operation Atalanta warship ITS Euro escort 'World Food' vessel

Operation Atalanta warship ITS Euro escort 'World Food' vessel | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA (Operation Atalanta) -- Protecting potentially vulnerable vessels from piracy off the coast of Somalia is one of Operation Atalanta’s key tasks. Italian warship, ITS Euro, recently escorted World Food Programme (WFP) ship MV Antaios as she transited through the Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden carrying precious food-aid. Since Operation Atalanta began in 2008, 385 WFP chartered vessels have been protected by the EU Naval Force, either by traditional escort using warships or by the embarking of an Autonomous Vessel Protection Detachment (AVPD). These escorts and AVPDs have ensured 1,200,614 metric tons of WFP food-aid have so far been delivered to Somalia. As well as protecting WFP ships, Operation Atalanta navy continue to patrol waters off Somalia coast to deter and disrupt piracy. Operation personnel also support sister EU missions in Somalia to achieve increased maritime security for the region. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

 


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East Africa pushes for regional force deployment in South Sudan

Kenyan Margaret Nyairera Wambui pockets Bronze in Rio 800m | Coastweek

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry [first left], Kenyan Foreign Minister Amina Mohamed [second left], South Sudanese Foreign Minister Deng Alor [first right], Somalian Foreign Minister Abdisalan Omar [second right] and Sudan’s Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour [third right] attend a meeting in Nairobi. Foreign ministers from five East African countries and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry have agreed to move forward with the deployment of a regional protection force in South Sudan, where renewed fighting erupted last month. XINHUA PHOTO - PAN SIWEI

 

 

 

 

 


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