Last Updated: July 22, 2014 20:24

‘No safe place for civilians’ in Gaza, UN says

Palestinian civilians in densely-populated Gaza have no place to hide from Israel's military offensive and children are paying the heaviest price, the United Nations said on Tuesday.

Former ICC Judge Hans-Peter Kaul passes away

Former ICC Judge Hans-Peter Kaul has passed away after a period of serious illness, which led him to resign from the Court early July.

Anglo Leasing: Why Kenya may lose another case

Kenya could be on the verge of losing another Anglo Leasing-related case. This comes amid reports of a major blunder by the National Treasury that could grossly undermine the country’s defence and cost taxpayers billions of shillings.

Two more people killed in Mombasa gun attack

Two people were on Tuesday morning shot dead in a gun attack at a bar in Majengo area, Mombasa.

Truth behind delay in Kenya's parastatal reforms

The much-hyped public sector restructuring process is being held back by the delayed enactment of critical laws.

Spy agency NIS seeks direct access to your calls and SMS

Government spies could soon have unfettered access to your cellphone messages and emails if a Bill proposing the removal of a requirement they first get court warrants before trawling through your private messages sails through National Assembly.

Sports

Real Madrid sign Colombian Rodriguez

Real Madrid have signed Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez from Monaco on a six-year contract, the La Liga club said on Tuesday.

Kenya

Form one student killed in Tala Boys dormitory fire

There was grief and shock after a form one student was killed in a fire that razed down a dormitory in Tala Boys High school in Machakos County on Monday night.

The Counties

Kakamega farmers in rush to meet chicken, eggs demand

A survey commissioned by the Kakamega County Government shows the county produces slightly more than 35 million eggs every year, compared to an annual demand of 170 million eggs.

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