World number one Novak Djokovic beat Britain’s Andy Murray to win his first French Open title and complete the career Grand Slam. The Serb, 29, won 3-6 6-1 6-2 6-4 to win his 12th major title and become the first man since Rod Laver in 1969 to hold all four Grand Slams at once. Murray had hoped to secure the

New York Times Panama Papers Show How Americans Hid Money Abroad: Over the years, William R. Ponsoldt had earned tens of millions of dollars building a string of successful companies. He had renovated apartment buildings in the New York City area. Bred Arabian horses. Run a yacht club in the Bahamas, a rock quarry in Michigan, an auto-parts company in

President Uhuru Kenyatta has today vowed to stick to the constitutional provisions as far as the matter of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) are concerned. There has been expectations that the government and the opposition would form a team to negotiate on structured reforms at the electoral body with Cord already nominating its team of five members for

Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi has challenged students in colleges and universities to take up technical courses as they offer more potential for growth of the country. The CS made the remarks during the flagging off of machinery and spare parts for export to China at the Kabete Technical Training Institute. Matiangi said that innovation was the way to go

The Arab Republic of Egypt has launched investigations into claims that its Minister of Environment referred to sub-saharan Africans as, “dogs and slaves,” during the United Nations Environment Assembly held in Nairobi last week. It has however taken exception to the manner in which the complaint to the Dean of the African Diplomatic Corps was made. Yvonne Khamati, Chair of

There was a marked fall in the number of terror attacks around the world in 2015, the US State Department has said. It attributed the 13% drop from 2014 to fewer attacks in Iraq, Pakistan and Nigeria, three of the five countries worst affected by terrorism. The other two are India and Afghanistan and together more than half the 11,000

Democratic presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton has unleashed a scathing attack on her Republican challenger Donald Trump in a mocking evisceration as campaigns now shape up. Clinton’s speech that was billed as a major foreign policy address instead unfolded as a savage attack of Donald Trump Thursday as the former secretary of state adopted an aggressive new campaign persona designed to

The Guardian Hillary Clinton: Trump is too dangerous to have nuclear codes: Hillary Clinton has lacerated Donald Trump’s fitness to lead the United States in a tour-de-force assault on his record and temperament, branding him too dangerous and unstable to be entrusted with nuclear codes and warning of economic crisis if he were to reach the White House. The Democratic

State House has denied that President Uhuru Kenyatta agreed a deal with the opposition on the fate of IEBC. Mr Kenyatta on Tuesday met with opposition leaders Raila Odinga and Moses Wetangula after which it was reported that they agreed to form a ten-member team to negotiate on the fate of IEBC commissioners. But State House spokesman Manoah Esipisu in

President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday called on Kenyans to live in unity and shun divisive politics that could lead the country plunging back to the 2007/08 post-election violence. President Kenyatta said the country has made significant progress and that patriotism should prevail among Kenyans. Speaking yesterday in Nakuru’s Afraha stadium where he led the country in marking the 53rd Madaraka day, President