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Death Toll Rises in Kenya Attack as Distraught Relatives Scramble  The New York Times

The dead now number at least 21, with six more bodies retrieved and a police officer succumbing to injuries. The victims include an American and a British ...

'Conflict and climate nexus' unpacked at Nairobi high-level round table - World  ReliefWeb

by Julie Arrighi, Climate Centre, Nairobi. The first of a 2019 series of high-level round tables on the interconnected vulnerabilities and impacts of climate and ...

Theresa May, Nairobi, Glaciers: Your Thursday Briefing  The New York Times

Good morning. Britain's prime minister stays at the helm, the U.S. State of the Union address is in doubt and the death toll rises in a terrorist attack in Kenya.

Kenya court orders six suspects, including Canadian, held for Nairobi hotel attack  Toronto Star

A Canadian national and five other people suspected of helping extremist gunmen stage a deadly attack in the Kenyan capital this week appeared in court on ...

Matatus Elude Center-City Ban in Nairobi, Kenya, Again  CityLab

This month, Nairobi tried to ban matatus from the city center. As the privately owned buses are many Kenyans' only travel option, the ban lasted only a day.

Detectives hunt for more Nairobi attack suspects in Mombasa  Daily Monitor

Kenyan security forces enter the building attached to the DusitD2 hotel in Nairobi, Kenya, on January 15, 2019, after a blast followed by a gun battle rocked the ...

Police respond to gunshots in Westlands, Nairobi  Daily Nation

A gunfight is underway following a blast at Dusit Hotel and office complex.

South African killed in Nairobi attacks  News24

One of those killed in the attack on the DusitD2 complex in Nairobi, Kenya, has been named as South African, Luke Potter.

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