Map. History of Kenya conflict

20 September 2018
Raila Odinga arrives in Athi River to attend NASA meeting
Bloomberg reporting that Secretary Tillerson, after taking Saturday off due to illness during his Nairobi visit, is cutting his first Africa tour short to return to Washington because of pressing business there
China supports current diplomatic efforts to resolve North Korea nuke issues
U.S.'s Tillerson 'not feeling well', cancels activities in Kenya
In Kenya, US Secretary of State Tillerson says the government should not threaten courts or hamper the media
Kenyan president, opposition leader meeting for first time since elections-opposition
President @UKenyatta set to meet NASA leader @RailaOdinga anytime in Harambee House.
Heavy rains pound, flood parts of Nairobi
6 month ago
Somali official says KDF troops have destroyed @HormuudLtd Tower in Dhamase village, Gedo region last night
Al Shabaab kill five police in northeast Kenya, official says
6 month ago
Roadside explosion hits KDF convoy travelling between Eel Wak and Busar towns, Gedo province. Casualties unknown. Al Shabab has claimed the responsibility
Fire erupts at Nairobi Central Police Station
Three Kenyan teachers killed in suspected Al-Shabab attack on a Primary School in Wajir County, Northeast Province: Local media
Telkom Kenya plans to roll out its mobile money transfer services later this year in a bid drive revenue growth
Teenager held with AK-47 rifle in Laikipia
Video of the aftermath at Nairobi's Bin Ali Hotel, 8th street, where supporters of renditioned ONLF commander clashed with supporters of @M_Farmaajo.
Kenyan media reporting Miguna Miguna is being deported to Canada (he has dual citizenship)
Kenya politician, Miguna Miguna, charged with treason for administering Raila Odinga's 'swearing in'
Kenya charges opposition figure present at Odinga 'swearing in' with treason
Kenya police fire teargas at demonstrators demanding TV stations reopen
Kenyan police briefly detain legislator over opposition leader's 'swearing in'
Kenya arrests lawyer, keeps TV stations shut after Odinga 'inauguration'
Kenya's High Court orders government to end shutdown of top TV stations over mock inauguration
Kenyan High Court has suspended the shutdown of 3 private television stations.
Kenyan TV stations to stay shut after covering opposition 'inauguration'
Kenya designates the "National Resistance Movement" as an organized criminal group, just hours after 2017 candidate Raila Odinga declared himself 'president'
Kenyan opposition leader Odinga swears himself in as 'president'
Tensions grip Kenya as defeated presidential candidate and opposition leader Raila Odinga readies to be sworn in as 'alternative president'
Kenya police fire teargas to disperse opposition supporters
Thousands gather in Nairobi for opposition leader's 'swearing in' ceremony
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