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Colonizing the Mind: How Beijing Snuck Into Africa Through TV and Film
AINAMOI, Kenya—On a fine Saturday afternoon at Ainamoi shopping center in Kenya’s Kericho County, Leonard Biegon takes a ...
September 6, 2019
African Countries Take Bold Step to Cancel Chinese Investment Projects
NAIROBI, Kenya—Some African countries are canceling Chinese development projects and licenses as governments wake up to the potential risks ...
August 23, 2019
Potentially Harmful Chinese Contraceptives Wreaking Havoc in Africa
KAYOLE, Kenya—For women in Kenya who choose to take an unlicensed Chinese contraceptive pill, there may be some ...
August 9, 2019
China-Backed Coal-Fired Power Plant Faces Rejection in Kenya
KWASASI, Kenya—It's midday in Kwasasi village, Lamu County, a few miles from the Indian Ocean coastline in Kenya, ...
July 19, 2019
Chinese Small-Scale Traders Deported From Kenya
NAIROBI, Kenya—It's midmorning in downtown Nairobi and the Gikomba market, Kenya’s gateway for the importation of second-hand clothes, ...
July 1, 2019
Chinese Demand for Nile Perch Maw Threatens to Wipe Out Species in East Africa
KISUMU, Kenya—It’s midday at Dunga beach on the shores of Lake Victoria, and Benard Oluoch has just received ...
June 16, 2019
African Workers Report Cases of Assault, Discrimination by Their Chinese Supervisors
SUSWA, Kenya—A Kenyan who worked on the Chinese-built Nairobi-Naivasha Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) says he and his colleagues underwent ...
June 2, 2019
Chinese Companies Deprive Locals of Livelihood in Small-Scale Mining in Africa
NYATIKE, Kenya—An early-morning chill sweeps through the villages of Nyatike constituency in southwest Kenya near the border with ...
May 20, 2019
Sudanese Protestors Demand Transition to Civilian Rule
NAIROBI, Kenya—Sudanese protestors stepped up their demands for military to hand over power to civilians, announcing plans to name ...
April 20, 2019
Chinese Company Accused of Environmental Degradation at Quarry in Kenya
MAI MAHIU, Kenya—When Peter Muchiri bought his 5-acre piece of land in 1969 in Kanairobi village in the ...
April 16, 2019
China’s Demand for Donkey Products Leaves East African Households Without Source of Livelihood
KAJIADO, Kenya—On a sunny and dusty morning in Rongai, about 12 miles south of Kenya's capital Nairobi, David ...
February 19, 2019
Kenya’s Struggle with Terrorism
NAIROBI, Kenya—Fear and panic rocked Kenya's capital, Nairobi, at 3 p.m. on Jan. 15 when four armed gunmen ...
February 3, 2019
Kenya Faces Losing Key Port to China Over Railway Loan
The Kenyan government may lose not only some key assets but also have its full sovereign rights undermined ...
January 23, 2019
Chinese Fish Imports Hurting Kenyan Fish Traders
KISUMU, Kenya—The early morning rays beat onto the Dunga Beach in Kenya’s Kisumu County as the fishermen bring ...
December 19, 2018
Refugees in Kenya Run for Peace in Their Countries
In Kenya, most of the refugees in the Kakuma camp are from South Sudan, Africa’s youngest war-torn nation, ...
November 16, 2018
Beauty Beyond the Skin: Contestants in Africa Gear up for Albino Pageant
NAIROBI, Kenya—When he was growing up in a small town in Uganda, Allan Herbert didn't feel he was ...
November 13, 2018
Kenyan Women Knit Their Way Back to Dignity After Losing Breasts to Cancer
For many women living with breast cancer in Kenya, this is a silent fight, as they often face ...
October 30, 2018
Women in Kenya Change Their Lives Through Basic Literacy Skills
LESHUTA, Kenya—The setting sun’s rays fall across the green vegetation cover brought forth by the rains after a ...
October 15, 2018
Surviving Brutal Tribal Traditions, Girls in Northern Kenya Find New Home
To date, Kulea has helped close to 1,200 girls, with over 300 of them sponsored to continue their ...
October 10, 2018
Former Star Marathoner Helps Resolve Deadly Tribal Conflicts in Kenya
Tegla Lorupe, a former marathon world record holder and three-time world half marathon champion, negotiates with Kenyan tribe ...
September 29, 2018
Kenya’s Mau Forest Evictions: Balancing Conservation, Human Rights, and Ethnic Clashes
As the evictions enforced by the Kenyan government in the Mau Forect continue, more houses are being torched ...
September 17, 2018
Gabbard Campaign Sues Google Over Suspending Ads, Suppressing Free Speech
Trump Says Kavanaugh Should ‘Start Suing People for Libel’ After Assault Allegation
House Panel Requests Documents From Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Apple in Probe
Bipartisan Group Urges Public Release of List of Chinese Military Firms
Auto Workers Union Says Its 49,000 Members Will Strike Against GM at Midnight
The Associated Press
Survey Finds 53 Percent of Likely Voters Oppose Dems’ Union Pension Bailout
2 Senior Taliban Leaders Killed in US-Backed Airstrikes: Reports
Clashes Break Out on Hong Kong Streets After Mass Protest Defying Police Ban
Saudi, Gulf Stocks Fall After Attacks on Aramco Oil Plants
Iran Dismisses Claim It Was Behind Saudi Oil Attacks, Ready for War