Kenfrey Kiberenge

Kenfrey Kiberenge is a journalist for the Sunday Nation newspaper in Kenya

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Kenya is looking East, but not for comfort

In the wake of the Westgate attack, the US and UK have offered moral support and assistance to Kenya. China, whose interests in the country continue to grow, was silent

Kenya shopping mall attack: More security, less tourism, loss of freedoms - our way of life will have to change

Hospitals are reporting that their blood banks are full, with queues of people ready to donate still growing outside

Kenyan veterans waiting for news about their compensation in Nairobi yesterday

Mau Mau victims compensation: There could yet be headaches for the British government

Not all those who suffered have been appeased by William Hague's offer

Kenya election: First ever presidential debate hooks voters

In Britain, people cram into pubs and bars to watch important national events.

There were celebrations in Kenya as three victims tortured by British authorities during the 1950s Mau Mau rebellion won the right to a High Court trial

At last… justice trumps politics and favouritism

Yesterday's ruling is a historic moment for Kenya. First, it is a lesson to the judiciary in Kenya (and other struggling court systems around the world) that justice is possible.

Ivory Coast president heckled by protesters ahead of Olympic opening ceremony visit

The Ivory Coast president Alassane Ouattara, who is in Britain for the Olympics opening ceremony, was heckled by protesters as he met diplomats in central London earlier today.

Kenfrey Kiberenge: Shameful stalling tactics are trying to deny victims closure

Kenyans are keenly aware of the West’s double standards when it comes to human rights

Burmese hardliner is Vice-President

The military has nominated a hardline former general as one of Burma's two Vice-Presidents.

Kenfrey Kiberenge: The police in Britain understand aggression is not the only option...

Kenfrey Kiberenge works for 'The Standard' newspaper in Nairobi.

He is winner of the David Astor Journalism Award 2012 and is on a fellowship programme with 'The Independent' in London.

Here he writes about his arrival in the UK from Nairobi and the different approach both nations have towards policing.

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