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India will work to reduce trade imbalance with Kenya: PM Modi
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India will work to reduce trade imbalance with Kenya: PM Modi

Seeking to address Kenya's concerns, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said India will work to reduce the trade imbalance with it.

Preachers of hate and violence are threatening the fabric of society, says PM Modi
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Preachers of hate and violence are threatening the fabric of society, says PM Modi

Amid the expanding footprint of ISIS across the world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday warned that "preachers of hate and violence" are threatening the fabric of the society and asked the youth to build a counter narrative to extremist ideologies.

Those believing in humanity must come together to defeat terrorism: PM Modi in Nairobi
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Those believing in humanity must come together to defeat terrorism: PM Modi in Nairobi

Addressing the Indian diaspora in Nairobi, PM Modi also said that India was marching towards economic progress despite the global recession.

Kenya building collapse: Death toll stands at 49 as rescue efforts end
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Kenya building collapse: Death toll stands at 49 as rescue efforts end

A total of 49 people are confirmed to have died after an apartment building collapsed in the Kenyan capital, authorities have said, as they announced the end of the rescue operations.

Kenya building collapse: 18-month-old girl pulled out alive fours days after tragedy
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Kenya building collapse: 18-month-old girl pulled out alive fours days after tragedy

Kenyan rescuers pulled an 18-month-old toddler alive from the rubble of a six-storey building today, four days after the block collapsed killing 23 people, police said.

In the jungle, the mighty jungle: Lions on the loose in Nairobi
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In the jungle, the mighty jungle: Lions on the loose in Nairobi

Wildlife rangers in the Kenyan capital said Friday they were hunting for two lions who left Nairobi's national park and went into into "highly populated" areas.

Nairobi WTO: US and EU representatives had a clear-cut plan to drive a wedge within developing nations
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Nairobi WTO: US and EU representatives had a clear-cut plan to drive a wedge within developing nations

Why did then India, and for that matter, China and South Africa, not put on hold the export competition pact that the US and EU pushed through?

Somali Shebab militants attack bus in Kenya; two dead, six wounded
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Somali Shebab militants attack bus in Kenya; two dead, six wounded

Two people were killed Monday during an attack by Somali Shebab fighters on a bus travelling to Mandera in northeast Kenya from the capital Nairobi, the interior ministry said.

Return to homeland: US president Obama arrives in Kenya, reunites with father's family
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Return to homeland: US president Obama arrives in Kenya, reunites with father's family

Barack Obama returned to his father's homeland Friday for the first time as U.S. president

President Obama's Kenya visit: Grandmother vows to cook traditional food for him
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President Obama's Kenya visit: Grandmother vows to cook traditional food for him

President Barack Obama's Kenyan grandmother known as Mama Sarah vowed on Friday to cook a traditional meal for her grandson when he visits later this month

Gunmen attack on Garissa university in eastern Kenya leaves 2 dead, injure 4
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Gunmen attack on Garissa university in eastern Kenya leaves 2 dead, injure 4

Gunmen attacked Garissa University College in Kenya, shooting indiscriminately in campus hostels, killing at least two people and wounding four others, police said.

After sexual harassment charges RK Pachauri won't attend IPCC plenary meet in Nairobi
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After sexual harassment charges RK Pachauri won't attend IPCC plenary meet in Nairobi

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on Sunday said its chairman RK Pachauri has expressed his inability to go to Nairobi next week for chairing its plenary session apparently in the wake of a complaint of sexual harassment against him.

Mumbai: Seven Indian sailors freed by Somali pirates after 4 years return home
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Mumbai: Seven Indian sailors freed by Somali pirates after 4 years return home

Seven Indian sailors, who were freed by the Somali pirates after four years in captivity, returned home on Monday.

Kenya's Kenyatta becomes first president to appear before ICC
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Kenya's Kenyatta becomes first president to appear before ICC

Kenya's Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday became the first sitting president to appear before the International Criminal Court where he has been charged with crimes against humanity.

World experts to meet to fast-track experimental Ebola drugs
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World experts to meet to fast-track experimental Ebola drugs

The agency warned that the death toll in the Ebola epidemic, which is centred on Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, was still growing fast.

Kenya: Tests for two suspected cases of Ebola return negative
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Kenya: Tests for two suspected cases of Ebola return negative

Kenyan health authorities on Thursday ruled out an Ebola outbreak in the country after tests conducted on two suspected patients turned negative.

Kenyan men fleeing their homes to avoid forced traditional circumcisions
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Kenyan men fleeing their homes to avoid forced traditional circumcisions

Kenyan men are running away from their homes to avoid forced traditional circumcisions.

Kenya: British tourists evacuated after wave of terror attacks
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Kenya: British tourists evacuated after wave of terror attacks

Around 400 British tourists are being evacuated from the Kenyan resort of Mombasa after Britain stepped up travel warnings following a wave of terror attacks

Kenya mall attack: Security official reveals names of 2 other terrorists
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Kenya mall attack: Security official reveals names of 2 other terrorists

A senior security official in Kenya on Friday disclosed for the first time what authorities believe are the names of two previously unidentified gunmen who carried out the attack on a Nairobi mall, killing at least 67 people, including two Indians.

As political unrest escalates, US suspends ops in South Sudan
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As political unrest escalates, US suspends ops in South Sudan

South Sudan said on Tuesday it had arrested 10 senior political figures and was hunting for its ex-vice president, accusing him of leading a "foiled coup" in the oil-producing nation's capital, where gunfire rang out for a second day.