'It is logical that the appellant could not have had sex with the mother and also have sex with her'
'While being questioned by officers, one drew a knife and the other threw a petrol bomb'
‘The best team in Africa, second best all over the world in athletics, and this is how they treat us’
The 48-year-old is understood to have died following a complication with hip replacement surgery at a Nairobi hospital
New research has found that only a third of British adults are aware of the long-term effects of female genital mutilation
Since the incident, organisers in Zambia have cancelled a concert by Olomide
As we re-examine our relationship with the rest of the world, it is more important than ever to travel responsibly, writes Justin Francis
UK Anti-Doping sends two specialists to Kenya to investigate the allegations
Thousands of homes left without power after trespassing vervet sabotages wires
The alleged attacker is still at large
Kenya's national police force announced a probe into the use of force in Monday's protests
'The Kenyan government’s most pressing constitutional and moral responsibility is to ensure the security of its citizens from the risk of violent attack. Our intelligence and security forces have known for a long time that these camps are a dire threat to our people’s security'
'This reckless decision by the Kenyan government is an abdication of its duty to protect the vulnerable and will put thousands of lives at risk,' Amnesty International warns
The procedure has been dismissed as 'medically worthless'
Officials say owner of building did not have permission to rent out the rooms