Government outlaws marches after opposition calls for increase in demonstrations
An estimated 25 people remain trapped under debris when 5-story building collapses in southwestern Kisii county
Students demand resignation of University of Nairobi’s vice chancellor over last week's police assault on students
Director of public prosecutions Keriako Tobiko said the wide-ranging investigations into the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) must be completed within 21 days.
Deputy chief justice Philomena Mwilu described "disturbing, if not startling, revelations" about the conduct of the Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) and singled it out for ignoring a Supreme Court order to open up its computer servers after opposition allegations of hacking.
Doubts are growing over Kenya's ability to hold a rerun of its presidential election in just one month as key players remain unable to agree on how to conduct a credible vote, analysts say.
Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday threatens to remove opposition leader should he be elected in Oct. 17 presidential election
People take to the streets to protest both beheadings and belated government response to terrorist killings
Police officers tested positive for cholera after eating infected food; health minister blames food workers
Moi Girls School in capital Nairobi, scene of the deadly blaze, has over 1,000 students
The robes judges wear make them think they are superior to other Kenyans, charges Uhuru Kenyatta
Apex court also orders fresh elections within 60 days
Interior minister says plans are underway to make Islamic celebration a public holiday
Delayed legislation aims to cut pollution, but businesses remain opposed to new law
Bodies discovered Sunday morning, says local newspaper
Army tells residents to vacate Boni Forest within 48 hours
However, after nearly a week in limbo in which businesses remained shut and workers stayed home, Nairobi came back to life on Monday with many unable to afford any more time away from their livelihoods.
Police refute claims it is killing people citizens, hiding bodies in bags
The 72-year-old told his supporters to stay at home and out of the way of police, after the international community beseeched him to send out a message to try to halt protests which have left 16 people dead since Friday night.
This total includes one death in Kisumu county and one in Siaya already reported by AFP Saturday.
The anger erupted on Friday night after President Uhuru Kenyatta was declared the victor by a large margin over Odinga following an election pollsters had described as too close to call.