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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

County Governments have so far received more a trillion shillings from the Ex chequer to support devolution, President Uhuru Kenyatta said yesterday as the country marked the Madaraka Day fete. While highlighting the achievements of his 900-day stay in office, the president said that the monies that have been dispatched to the devolved units have lifted the livelihood of vulnerable

Two women parliamentarians have vowed to intensify campaigns for the re-election and promised to push for election of more women in various elective seats during the next year’s General Elections. Marsabit County Woman Representative Nasra Ibren and her Wajir counterpart Fatuma Ibrahim said following the rejection of the Gender Bill recently, they will mobilize women to elect their own in

  The civil society has demanded that Members of Parliament who have adversely mentioned in various corrupt deals be made public by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC). Under the banner, National Civil Society Congress, the lobby group has threatened to sue the Anti-Corruption body if they fail to make the list public. They said they will move to court

Kenyans who keep cats as pets in their homes have been urged to act with caution after a cat was found to have a virus similar to that of HIV present in humans. The cat’s blood was found to have Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) which belongs to the same family as that of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). It had exhibited

U.S. President Barack Obama slammed Donald Trump’s proposal to weaken Wall Street reforms and touted his own economic record on Wednesday during a trip to a city he visited three weeks into his presidency that has recovered from its recession lows. Obama’s remarks in Elkhart, Indiana, foreshadowed the arguments he is likely to make on the campaign trail this fall

The Guardian Chinese minister vents anger when Canadian reporter asks about human rights: China’s foreign minister berated a journalist during a visit to Canada on Wednesday for asking an “irresponsible” question about China’s human rights record. Wang Yi was in Ottawa to meet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Stéphane Dion, the minister of foreign affairs. At a joint news conference

 The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) has castigated the government’s decision to bar the opposition from holding a rally at the Uhuru Park grounds tomorrow saying it is in breach of their rights to assemble. The state yesterday announced that it will close both Uhuru Park and Nyayo National Stadium tomorrow citing security threats. Cord was planning to