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Jeanine Ánez Of Bolivia Declares Herself Interim President

Following Evo Morales' resignation, Bolivian opposition senator Jeanine Áñez has declared herself interim president of the South American country.

Kenya’s Economic Growth

The inability by youth in the country and all over the world to achieve their full potential is largely due to the myriad of challenges that they face.

County Government Threaten To Sack Those Participating In The Strike

Following the Nairobi health workers strike that kicked off on Tuesday, they have received pressures from the county government threatening to sack those participating in the strike.

Morales Accepts Political Asylum In Mexico

Former Bolivia's president Evo Morales has departed for Mexico after accepting an offer for a political asylum.

Schools In Hong Kong Shut Down Amid Safety Fears Over Violent Protests

Some schools and universities in Hong Kong remain closed over safety fears as protesters called for a day of traffic disruptions.

Scandals At Ukulima House

Due to failure to account for KSh4.5 billion of taxpayer’s money used to import maize in 2017 KRA eyes are now on the Ministry of Agriculture.

Kenyan Products Dealt Blow As Rwanda Imposes Ban On Them

Only a week ago after Kenyan authorities banned seven brands of peanut butter in the country, Rwanda has also decided to take the same measures by placing a ban on the same products.

World Bank Boosts Industrial Parks Plan

Kenya`s efforts to build special economic territories receives a major boost by the World Bank who will provide technical support.

UNHCR Relocates Refugees To Italy

The UN Refugee Agency relocated 54 vulnerable refugees from the Emergency Transit Mechanism (ETM) and urban areas in Niger to Italy.

Gunmen Ambush Canadian Mining Firm Convoy And Kill 37 In Burkina Faso

At least 37 people have been killed and 60 wounded in an attack on a mining company convoy in Burkina Faso.