Ironically, most refugees are trying to flee terrorist regimes like Isis that Western governments are trying to combat
Go wild at some of the continent's newest lodges
'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
'Anybody who owns ivory, you should be ashamed of yourself'
President Uhuru Kenyatta orders the arrest of the building's owner amid frantic search for survivors still trapped in the rubble
Over 100 tonnes of illegally poached ivory will be reduced to ash as the Kenyan government signals its commitment to combating the illegal wildlife trade by burning its entire ivory stockpile
Kenya's Ministry of Tourism, supporting partner of the Giants Club Summit, explains why this east African country is such an appealing prospect for investors
New flights to Canada and in Mexico, health warnings in Tanzania and self-catering in the Caribbean and Ireland
Better protection for today, better planning for tomorrow: top Giants Club Summit conservationists to call for accelerated action for Africa's elephants and their landscapes
Kenya's outstanding biodiversity is crucial to its thriving tourism industry, which is why Brand Kenya says it is thrilled to be supporting the Giants Club Summit
With helicopters and high-tech weaponry, Laikipia County's Rapid Response Team is taking the fight to poachers in Kenya
'He believed in their right to freedom of worship and he knew that every life is sacred'
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
One of the men's brothers said: 'None of them would harm a fly'