May Day is a reminder that solidarity must defy borders

Published by Al-Araby It feels appropriate to start a commemoration of May Day where it began – in the United States. 136 years after the inaugural May Day processions in…

Nakuru Small Claims Court Ready For Operations

The much-awaited and celebrated Small Claims Court Registry has been opened at the Nakuru Law Courts, and the first three cases were registered Thursday, during the opening ceremony. The Ag…

2, 000 Dogs Vaccinated Against Rabies In Narok

The Kenya Red Cross Society in Narok County has collaborated with veterinary doctors to vaccinate over 2, 000 dogs in parts of Narok South and West Sub County. Narok Red…

Legislator Organises Free Medical Camp To Honour Kibaki

Scores of residents from Kigumo Sub County have received free treatment during a medical camp organised to commemorate late President Mwai Kibaki. More than 3, 000 people benefited during a…

Kajiado Women Get Free Fistula Surgery

Over 100 women suffering from obstetric fistula in Kajiado County have benefitted from a free fistula medical camp. The women, a majority of whom have been suffering from the condition…

Call For Action To End Autism Stigma

As the Month of Autism Awareness comes to an end, parents and caregivers have been urged to form and utilise quality support groups in order to remove stigma and increase…

FAO Trains Extension Officers To Support Value Chains

The Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) has trained 50 extension officers in Kisumu County to develop value chains in the area. Through the agency’s Farm Business School (FBS), the extension…

Kibaki’s capitalist outlook on education in Kenya brought mixed results

Emilio Mwai Kibaki, retired third president of independent Kenya who has died , had a rich and multifaceted legacy as a long serving public official. But it is in education…

For Kenya’s Birds of Prey, Power Lines Are a Deadly Enemy

A blindfold calms the large black and white augur buzzard as two men glue a prosthetic leg into an insert on her body to replace the one that she lost.…

‘A Huge Demand’: Ukrainian Women Train to Clear Landmines

PEJA, KOSOVO — Learning to identify and defuse explosives is something Anastasiia Minchukova never thought she would have to do as an English teacher in Ukraine. Yet there she was…

Syria’s Failure to Remedy Pending Issues of Chemical Weapons Use Is ‘Wake Up Call’ for International Community, Disarmament Chief Tells Security Council

Syria’s continued failure to remedy outstanding issues prevents the international community from confirming the elimination of its chemical-weapons programme, the top United Nations disarmament official told the Security Council today…

Adopting Resolution 2629 (2022), Security Council Extends Mandate of Libya Support Mission until 31 July, Asks Secretary-General to Appoint Special Representative

Extending the mandate of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) for three months today, the Security Council decided that the Mission will be led by a Tripoli-based Special…

QUEEN ELIZABETH’S MESSAGE TO KENYANS AS COUNTRY MOURNS MWAI KIBAKI

United Kingdom’s Queen Elizabeth II has mourned Kenya’s third President Mwai Kibaki as the country observes the State Funeral service today. The queen, in her condolence message, described Kibaki as…

Former President Mwai Kibaki Buried At His Othaya Home In Nyeri County

The third President of the Republic of Kenya, Emilio Mwai Kibaki was on Saturday evening buried at his Munyange home in Othaya, Nyeri County in an elaborate military ceremony that…