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 News Highlights Redcross ferries stranded students in Kisumu The Kenya Redcross has come to the rescue of over 100 students stranded at the Kisumu bus station following the ban on

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Australian Open 2018: Serena Williams withdraws from tournament Former world number one Serena Williams has withdrawn from this month’s Australian Open in Melbourne. The 36-year-old American last week played her

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Elderly set to get stipend in March Senior citizens are set to receive the first bimonthly government stipend in March. The stipend amounts to sh4000, the sum of January and

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News Highlights Man commits suicide after being served kunde A man has committed suicide in Butula, Busia County following an arguement with his wife over a new year’s meal. Boniface

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Daily Nation The problem with national talks, from the horses’ mouths Jubilee and National Super Alliance leaders have hit a deadlock on the much anticipated national dialogue to end the

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News Highlights Uganda media compelled to air Museveni new year message All Uganda TV and radio stations have been ordered to adjust their programming for today in order to air

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News Highlights 36 die in Migaa crash At least 36 people travelling along the Nakuru-Eldoret highway died early Sunday morning after a crash involving a bus and a truck at

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News Highlights Internet balloon crashes in Meru A high altitude baloon owned by Google crashed in Meru on Friday night, leaving residents of Nthambiro, Igembe Central dismayed. The baloon is

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News Highlights 3 electrocuted in Elgeyo Marakwet Three family members were electrocuted on Friday in Kameli, Elgeyo Marakwet. The three were pumping water from a river using electricity when the

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News Highlights Road carnage blamed on NTSA The Matatu Welfare Association says NTSA and driving schools are to blame for the increase in road carnage, citing issues such as questionable