Kenya has sold its first export of crude oil to a Chinese state-owned petroleum multinational firm.
Tourism in Kenya is experiencing sustained growth with minimal long-term impact from a hotel attack in Nairobi that killed 21 people in January.
An ongoing maritime border dispute between Somalia and Kenya has placed pressure on bilateral ties between the two countries since 2014 and threatened security in the Horn and East African regions.
A Kenyan judge has declared a section of communications laws that ban the sharing “obscene material” online as unconstitutional.
Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda are all looking to revamp their old railway networks due to a lack of funding for a Chinese-backed network between East African nations.
Kenya’s Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway has proven very popular with travellers moving between the country’s capital and the coastal city on Mombasa. However, the real aim of the project was to boost trade freight heading from the Kenyan coast to
Human Rights Watch (HRW) is calling upon authorities in Kenya to address a “scourge” of unlawful police killings.
Judges in Kenya have halted plans to construct the country’s first coal-powered plant near Lamu, due to environmental concerns.
Police in Kenya fired teargas and violently dispersed hundreds of people participating in peaceful demonstrations on Wednesday, calling for an end to violence against protesters in Sudan.
A court in Kenya has found three men guilty of abetting al-Shabaab militants who carried out the Garissa University attack that killed 148 people in 2015.