Search Mission of Chopper Crash Victims Put in Prayer

[Nation] An interdenominational prayer service will be held at Lake Nakuru on Sunday amid desperation for the recovery of three passengers of the helicopter that crashed in the lake last Saturday.

[Nation] An interdenominational prayer service will be held at Lake Nakuru on Sunday amid desperation for the recovery of three passengers of the helicopter that crashed in the lake last Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Anthony Joshua Retains World Heavyweight Title

[Premium Times] Nigerian born British boxer, Anthony Joshua, defeated Carlos Takam with a tenth-round technical knockout at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff on Saturday night.

[Premium Times] Nigerian born British boxer, Anthony Joshua, defeated Carlos Takam with a tenth-round technical knockout at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff on Saturday night.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Equatorial Guinean Vice President Convicted of Embezzlement in France

[VOA] A French court has sentenced Equatorial Guinea’s vice-president, Teodorin Obiang, to a three-year suspended jail term Friday for embezzling and laundering his country’s money to acquire luxury properties and other assets in France. Teodorin Obian…

[VOA] A French court has sentenced Equatorial Guinea's vice-president, Teodorin Obiang, to a three-year suspended jail term Friday for embezzling and laundering his country's money to acquire luxury properties and other assets in France. Teodorin Obiang is the son of Equatorial Guinea's president, Teodoro Obiang.

source: AllAfrica News: Equatorial Guinea

Police Disperse Election Protesters in Nairobi a Day After Intense Violence

[VOA] Kenyan police used tear gas Saturday to disperse election protesters in the impoverished Nairobi district of Kawangware, one day after a fire burned hundreds of businesses, and after men armed with machetes and sticks looted stores and homes.

[VOA] Kenyan police used tear gas Saturday to disperse election protesters in the impoverished Nairobi district of Kawangware, one day after a fire burned hundreds of businesses, and after men armed with machetes and sticks looted stores and homes.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

At Least 20 Killed in Mogadishu Blasts

[VOA] At least 20 people, including a Somali politician, were killed Saturday in a pair of car bomb explosions in Somalia’s capital, two weeks after a huge bomb killed more than 350 people in the city.

[VOA] At least 20 people, including a Somali politician, were killed Saturday in a pair of car bomb explosions in Somalia's capital, two weeks after a huge bomb killed more than 350 people in the city.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Opposition Leader Narrates Ordeal in Detention

[Monitor] Opposition leader Kizza Besigye and other FDC leaders, who were arrested over anti age limit rallies and detained for almost a week, have spoken to Sunday Monitor, detailing how they were treated like ‘political scoundrels’ in the face of gro…

[Monitor] Opposition leader Kizza Besigye and other FDC leaders, who were arrested over anti age limit rallies and detained for almost a week, have spoken to Sunday Monitor, detailing how they were treated like 'political scoundrels' in the face of growing opposition to the removal of age limit.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Meet the Giant Dinosaur that Roamed Southern Africa 200 Million Years Ago

[The Conversation Africa] Globally at around 200 million years ago, in what’s known as the Early Jurassic, small and agile two-legged carnivorous dinosaurs called theropods roamed the ancient landscapes. In southern Africa, we know of their existence f…

[The Conversation Africa] Globally at around 200 million years ago, in what's known as the Early Jurassic, small and agile two-legged carnivorous dinosaurs called theropods roamed the ancient landscapes. In southern Africa, we know of their existence from their rare body fossils but also, importantly, from their fossil footprints.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Kenya Economy Hit Hard By Political Limbo

[East African] From a slugging economic growth, job losses and rising concerns of food shortages and high costs, the administration of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s second term will have its plate full as he starts his last five-year term.

[East African] From a slugging economic growth, job losses and rising concerns of food shortages and high costs, the administration of President Uhuru Kenyatta's second term will have its plate full as he starts his last five-year term.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya