'He believed in their right to freedom of worship and he knew that every life is sacred'
This month African leaders will gather at a historic summit to tackle elephant poaching, and send the criminal gangs responsible a dramatic message of intent
Police say an excited gathering crowd 'triggered the animal to be wild'
The 'Daily Nation', once renowned for its fearless independence, has sacked several senior journalists amid fears that its owner, the Aga Khan, is co-operating with the government ahead of elections
The flagship current affairs programme on online radio station Monocle 24, has dispensed with the ritual of pitting commentators against each other
Dunham was convicted in Oklahoma City on Monday
A team of 11 suicide bombers have undergone training within Somalia to carry out airborne suicide missions, according to a leaked memo
The Giants Club summit, which Kenya is hosting, will help stop the scourge of poaching
Country's Games chairman seeking assurances from organisers over the impact of the virus
An estimated 3,000 elephants are still killed for their ivory each year in Kenya, despite ivory trade being banned in 1989
Thousands of Kenyans are paying tribute to Salah Farah with the hashtag #HeroSalah
Salah Farah and other passengers refused to seperate along religious lines because they knew Christians would be massacred
For Kenyans, Nasa's warning that the current El Niño could be as bad as that of 1998 brings back painful memories
Thwarted attack received worldwide attention after Muslim passengers shielded fellow Christians from militant
The Islamic State has already expanded its footprint well beyond Syria and Iraq, with militants in Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen, Nigeria and other countries pledging allegiance to the extremists
At least three people were killed in the attack