Islamophobic tweets ‘peaked in July’

By BBC Almost 7,000 "Islamophobic" tweets were sent, in English, every day in July worldwide, data seen by the BBC suggests. This compared to 2,500 in April, with peaks recorded following the Nice lorry attack and...

Senator Boy Juma Boy laid to rest

By Franco Kundu Kwale Senator Boy Juma Boy  has been laid to rest at his Vanga home, Kwale County. His body was flown to the Coast yesterday afternoon. Senator Boy died on Sunday after a short...

Talks to end doctors’ strike fail to resume

By Lynace Mwashigadi Talks to end the ongoing doctor’s strike are yet to resume with only one day left before the mediation team tables its progress report to a three Judge bench of the appellate...

Africa Spirits Ltd welcomes budget provisions

By Christine Muchira/Release Africa Spirits Limited (ASL) has welcomed the tax proposals recently outlined by the National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich, in his Budget Statement. The firm notes that some of the Tax proposals will...

‘Racist hair rules’ suspended at SA high school

By BBC Africa Rules over how female students wear their hair at a South African high school have been suspended after anti-racism protests from black pupils, a local minister says. Pupils at Pretoria Girls High say...

K’ogallo advance towards title

By KBC Sports Desk. Meanwhile, reigning league champions Gor Mahia kept alive their dream of bagging a third top eight title after humbling Tusker FC 2-0 in an entertaining semifinal match played at the Nyayo...

Google pledge to tackle terror videos

By BBC Google has unveiled four measures it will use to tackle the spread of terror-related material online. Among the measures it is deploying will be smarter software that can spot extremist material and greater use...

James Bond actors pay tribute to Moore

By BBC Daniel Craig and Pierce Brosnan have paid tribute to Sir Roger Moore after his death at the age of 89. The actors, who have both also played James Bond, posted tributes on their social...

Samsung unveils two new tablets but no phone

By BBC Samsung has, for the first time since 2013, opted not to unveil a flagship Galaxy S smartphone at the Mobile World Congress tech show. Instead, it showed off two new tablet computers and a...

India deaths as kite string slits throats

By BBC Three people, including two children, have died after their throats were slit by glass-coated strings used for flying kites on India's Independence Day. Saanchi Goyal, 3, and Harry, 4, were looking out through the...
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