Category : Ebru News

2 days ago

SGR face 2A linking Naivasha & Nairobi launched

Kenya’s opened a $1.5 billion Chinese-built railway line linking Nairobi to Naivasha on Wednesday, despite delays in building an industrial park in the Rift Valley town to encourage freight. The extension links to another Chinese funded and built...

2 days ago

London Mayor in Nairobi ahead of UK-Africa summit

The Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman Peter Estlin is in the country, on a visit aimed at cementing investments in Kenya and Africa. The Lord Mayor who arrived on Wednesday was on Thursday scheduled to launch a new UK Aid-funded programm...

4 days ago

Kenya all set for 2019 KCSE and KCPE examinations

The Ministry of Education has announced that all is set for the 2019 National Examinations for primary and secondary schools starting October 29. More than one million candidates are registered for this year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Educati...

6 days ago

Iran decries ‘cowardly attack’ on oil tanker

An Iranian government spokesman on Saturday described as a “cowardly attack” an incident that Iranian media have called the apparent targeting by missiles of an Iranian-owned oil tanker, and said Iran would respond after the facts had been studied....

6 days ago

Turkish forces intensify bombardment around Syrian town

Turkish forces stepped up their bombardment around a town in northeast Syria on Saturday, the fourth day of an offensive against a Kurdish militia, after U.S. troops in the region came under artillery fire from Turkish positions. The United Sta...

1 week ago

Tunisia’s bumpy path to democracy

Tunisia’s vote for president on Sunday is the next step in its transition to democracy after a revolution that triggered the “Arab Spring” uprisings of 2011. Here is a timeline showing the major events from the revolution to this year’s electio...

1 week ago

Man arrested after five stabbed at UK shopping mall

Five people were stabbed at a shopping center in the northern English city of Manchester on Friday and police said counter-terrorism detectives were leading the investigation. The stabbings took place at the Arndale shopping center in the heart...

1 week ago

Uganda lawmakers plan bill imposing the death penalty to gay sex

Uganda announced plans on Thursday for a bill that would impose the death penalty on homosexuals, saying the legislation would curb a rise in unnatural sex in the East African nation. The bill – colloquially known as “Kill the Gays” in Uganda – w...

1 week ago

Nigeria inspired by Ghana, Ivory Coast cocoa premium deal

Nigeria and Cameroon have become the latest African nations to seek ways of jointly negotiating with cocoa buyers for a better premium, a move that is inspired by the decision of top growers Ivory Coast and Ghana to boost prices for their crops....

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