There are fears data will be swept up and used to create psychological profiles of voters so that specific messages can be tailored to specific voters
A box of 30 pills of Dolutegravir (DTG), which lasts a month, typically costs between $25 and $50. The generic version only costs $4.
The railway is part of a 'master plan' by east African leaders to connect their nations by rail
The vaccine, also known as Mosquirix, is developed by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) in partnership with the PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative. The large-scale three-country pilot will test it on children aged 5 to 17 months.
Drought-hit Kenya has seen rural communities fighting over pasture to graze their animals
The country's 5 main opposition parties say they intend to field a single candidate in the presidential vote under the National Super Alliance
More than 30 people die when a petrol tanker crashes into other vehicles and burst into flames outside the town of Naivasha, officials say
The decision to push the deadline back to May 2017 comes just two weeks before the camp is scheduled to close amid mounting concern that Somali refugees are being forced to leave
(UPDATED) This is the second attack in Mandera in under a month – the previous one on October 6 was claimed by the Al-Qaeda-linked Shabaab group
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Kenya is violating international law by forcing residents of the world's largest refugee camp to return to Somalia, an aid agency says
Countries immediately neighboring crisis zones – led by Jordan, Turkey, and Pakistan – bear the brunt of the global refugee problem
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will use the opportunity to meet with dozens of leaders from across Africa, among them Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta and South Africa's Jacob Zuma
Jemima Sumgong times 2 hours, 24 minutes and 4 seconds for Kenya's first-ever women's marathon gold over the 42km course
Athletics gets underway in Rio as doping continues to be an issue at the Olympics
A recent DOH study on adolescent HIV estimates that there are 9,559 adolescents who have HIV, but only 10% have been diagnosed. Currently, only 381 are enrolled on anti-retroviral therapy
A study shows increase in new HIV infection rate from 2005 to 2015 in 74 countries
India has been working to improve ties with African nations as it vies for a greater share of the continent's natural resources
The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) says the closure will endanger refugees 'if they are forcibly returned without proper assessment of the security concerns'
The sprawling Dadaab camp on the Kenya-Somalia border hosts some 350,000 refugees, the vast majority of whom fled Somalia's more than two-decade long conflict
'The most effective way to reduce the impact of the fossil fuel industry in the Philippines is to convince investors to shift their investments from fossil fuels to renewable energy'
The Kenyan government decides to shut down the Dadaab refugee camp over security concerns
Overall, 140 people were rescued from the ruins
(UPDATED) The baby's father calls the recovery of his 7-month-old daughter a 'miracle'
Two neighboring buildings are also declared unsafe and evacuated
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta sets fire to the world's biggest ivory bonfire, after demanding a total ban on trade in tusks and horns to end "murderous" trafficking and prevent the extinction of elephants in the wild
(UPDATED) One survivor was pulled from the huge pile of rubble shortly after dawn, KenyaRed Cross said, some 10 hours after the building
Kenya had been threatened with a ban from the Rio Games if the country did not apply new anti-doping legislation to tackle a spate of damaging positive drug tests
The country marks the first anniversary of the Garissa university massacre with a run in honor of the victims as well as prayers and candlelight vigils organized by ordinary citizens
The lionesses and cub return to Nairobi National Park of their own accord, says the Kenya Wildlife Service
At least two lionesses are reported to have left Nairobi's national park and meandered into 'highly populated' areas of the Kenyan capital
The finding adds to the debate about why humans make war
University principal Ahmed Osman Warfa says most of the staff had reported for duty ahead of the new term, and that around 60 students were expected to return on January 11
The object which prompted a plane to make an emergency landing 'was not capable of causing an explosion,' the airline's chief executive says
(3rd UPDATE) All passengers are evacuated as bomb experts are called in to examine a suspicious device
The US State Department makes the warning following Friday's attacks that left nearly 90 people dead
The 78-year-old Pope Francis has taken on a vocal role in the fight against climate change
The 78-year-old pontiff, on a landmark trip to Africa, says environmental concerns should be at the forefront of 'responsible' economic development
(UPDATED) Francis says he has come with 'joy' to make his first visit to Africa, and plays down safety fears, joking he is 'more worried about the mosquitoes'
The pontiff is visiting Kenya, Uganda, and Central African Republic, which have been troubled by violence
Vatican: 'The pope's visit to CAR remains on the program. Francis greatly desires to go there.'
Interior minister Joseph Nkaissery said the changes will 'strengthen efforts to combat the threat of terrorism and the creeping threat of violent extremism'
The signing ceremony is held in the capital Juba under the threat of UN sanctions if Kiir fails to put his name to the accord
The 2015 Brookings report and scorecard commends the country in areas it effectively provides access to a wide range of financial services for all Filipinos
(UPDATED) South Sudan's government refuse to sign a peace deal with rebels despite the threat of international sanctions, but will return to finalize an agreement within 15 days
A Filipino start-up shines at the 2015 Global Entrepreneur Summit
South Sudan's government and rebels are under intense diplomatic pressure to sign a deal by August 17 to end a 20-month civil war in which tens of thousands of people have been killed
Obama says the rest of the world also needs to change its approach to Africa by boosting fair trade and not just providing aid handouts
The animal born at Dvur Kralove zoo in the country's north died from complications of a ruptured cyst, the zoo says