Here are the stories making global headlines today.
There is big trouble in Wiper. For weeks now, it has been clear that all is not well in Kalonzo Musyoka’s house. Senior members of the party have publicly complained that things are not being run properly, with Senator David Musila particularly very vocal.
One month from now, the brand new SGR train service will begin operations. President Uhuru will take a symbolic ride on May 31st to officially open the multi-billion dollar project and mark the day Kenya attained self-rule. It’s unclear whether the service will be available for Kenyans immediatel
For a coalition certain of 10 million votes, you’d think the guy set to be the Deputy Premier would sit pretty and wait for his appointment. But alas! Moses Wetangula will still vie for Bungoma Senator on a Ford Kenya ticket.
Maendeleo Ya Wanaume (MAWE) chairman Nderitu Njoka is back at it once again! Mr Njoka, in yet another astounding stunt, has appealed to the United Nations Security Council to prosecute Egyptian Pharaoh and King Herod at The Hague court in Netherlands over a Biblical saga he finds “atrocious and h
Betting company Sportpesa has unveiled the lucky winner of Sh 81, 268, 545 SportPesa midweek jackpot. Alfred Madanji from Kakamega County is a fifty-year-old real estate agent who lives in a three-bed room house in Kayole. Mr Madanji correctly predicted the outcome of 13 out of 13 games in the
Sally Yates didn’t bring a smoking gun to the latest episode of the long-running political melodrama entwining the White House and Russia.
People are crowded into the streets around Caracas’ Plaza Jose Marti. Smoke billows through the air and tear gas canisters hit the pavement. It has become a familiar scene in Caracas, where protesters have been demonstrating for weeks against a government they believe is slowly becoming a dictatorship.
Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, commonly known as Ahok, has been sentenced to two years in prison, after being found guilty of blasphemy in a trial seen as a test of Indonesia’s religious tolerance.
An ally of Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte told the UN Monday there has been no sudden wave of killings as a result of the controversial war on drugs.
Decades after the Atlantic stole an expanse of sand from islanders on the west coast of Ireland, it’s now returned it.
Two days after Donald Trump won the presidency, he came to visit the man he would replace at the White House. And, in that meeting, Barack Obama warned Trump about bringing Michael Flynn into his administration due to concerns about the retired general’s ties to Russia.
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Trump administration is taking the unusual step of hunting for evidence of crimes committed by Haitian immigrants as it decides whether to allow them to cont
And he REALLY inflated the size of it.
School officials lifted the suspension after talking with the boy’s parents.
But they’re still going to call him out on them, because SHEESH.
Tesco Mobile has hit back at someone who laughed about their phone network on Twitter.
Is Facebook really as open as you think it is?
A true innovator.
A little girl has a hard time understanding the concept of shadows.
Idris Elba posted an open casting call for extras on Instagram and got a very, very big turnout.