On the eve of his visit, obsession with the US President shines a light on those who have benefited most
Amid the preparations, Kenyans are looking to Mr Obama to press their President on corruption that has allowed terror to flourish and civil and human rights abuses
Some 100,000 elephants have been killed across Africa in the past three years
Shoppers return to Westgate, two years after al-Shabab gunmen killed 67
Witnesses say inquiry included random beatings and extrajudicial killings
Homosexual acts are still illegal even if being gay is not
The armed youth wing loyal to the President - the feared Imbonerakure - are accused of intimidation, rampant violence and extra-judicial killings
Leaders of the failed coup have been rounded up, but protests continue in the capital
Analysts have questioned the effectiveness of a tactic aimed more at keeping the terrorist threat at bay than at tackling the appeal of the militants
Following the collapse of its case against President Kenyatta for orchestrating ethnic clashes following the disputed election in 2007, the court's attention now shifts to his deputy
ICC's chief prosecutor lays out damning summary of pre-trial charges of high-profile case that collapsed last month amid accusations of bribery and intimidation
Latest deadly attack highlights President Kenyatta’s inability to protect his country against a growing menace
Hundreds of Nigerians yesterday braved heavy rain to march on parliament to demand intensified efforts by the government to rescue more than 200 missing schoolgirls abducted by Islamist insurgents over a fortnight ago.
The elephant population may easily fall into terminal decline
Is there a place for hunting in conservation, with the money it earns put back in to stop poaching?
Amid claims of intimidation, payoffs and failures to protect witnesses, the Hague-based international court’s cases against the country’s current leaders are in jeopardy. Catrina Stewart reports from Eldoret