President Uhuru Kenyatta spared the lives of 2,655 male and 92 female inmates
Rare insight into heavily restricted camp on Kenya-Somalia border finds very few residents willing to return home
Cornell Rasanga has been reprimanded by the Kenyan government and all 10,000 papers cancelled
Foreign Office says it is 'seeking information from Kenyan authorities'
Donkey hide is used to make Chinese remedy ejiao, believed to improve blood circulation
'America here we come. . .TO GOD BE THE GLORY!'
Some African countries want to sell off their huge ivory stockpiles and say their elephant populations are thriving. But charities and experts say any sale puts a value on all tusks – and that puts animals at risk from poaching
At Ol Pejeta, researchers are desperately trying to save the northern white rhino. Sue Watt joins the conservation effort
The 48-year-old is understood to have died following a complication with hip replacement surgery at a Nairobi hospital
Witnesses saw walls of couple's house covered in blood after woman was allegedly viciously attacked
Major Michael Rotich filmed offering to warn athletes about drug tests in exchange for one-off fee of £10,000 – but the team manager insists he was himself investigating the undercover reporters
Jack Marrian, 30, charged with involvement in trafficking of class A drugs to Kenya from Brazil
UK Anti-Doping sends two specialists to Kenya to investigate the allegations
Kenyan police dismiss reports of attempt on Israeli prime minister’s life as ‘lies’
Engaging in gay sex is a criminal activity in Kenya and punishable by up to 14 years in prison
Former Deloitte executive Richard Alden pleaded not guilty to murder