Here are the stories making headlines in the nation and the world today.
It was an eventful weekend for President Uhuru Kenyatta as he joined other world leaders at the G7 summit in Taormina, Italy. Uhuru was accompanied by First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed, among other high ranking government officials. This was the firs
If your mother has never asked to save your money for you, consider yourself very lucky. Most of you will agree that any money given to your mother for saving purposes hardly ever returns. In fact, “Leta Pesa Nikuekee” should be a Kenyan mother proverb.
Having recently launched her beauty brand, Veetox Herbal Tea, Vera Sidika is taking on a new path as a luxurious business brand and leaving behind the “socialite” brand that propelled her to stardom. In a recent candid interview, the former Video Vixen spoke about her new business venture, plans
Britain reacted Monday to Angela Merkel’s claim that Germany could no longer “completely depend” on its allies by saying it would seek close ties after Brexit.
The black flag of ISIS has been raised in the Philippines and fears are growing that the group is succeeding in extending its influence into Southeast Asia.
North Korea fired a short-range ballistic missile Monday morning that landed in the ocean, the US military said.
British Airways cancellations continue at London Heathrow on Monday following a major computer system crash over the weekend.
Olga Novitskaya is not your typical insurgent. The 54-year-old is among thousands of Muscovites protesting plans to demolish their Soviet-era apartment blocks — home to over a million people.
French President Emmanuel Macron confirmed that there was indeed a deeper significance to the prolonged handshake he had with US President Donald Trump in Brussels.
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It should have been a day of celebration as Motagua were crowned champions in Honduras, but instead it was marred by tragedy.
Real Madrid players were given the weekend off with no game to play Zinedine Zidane’s men were not involved in Saturday’s Copa del Rey final Los Blancos face Juventus in the Champions League on Saturday evening Real Madrid’s players made the most of their weekend off as they holidayed ahead of Saturday’s Champions League final showdown with Juventus.
Manchester United may move for Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale if he is benched Bale could start the Champions League final in Cardiff among the substitutes Reports in Spain say Welsh international Bale would feel ‘betrayed’ by this Manchester United will be encouraged to make a summer move for Gareth Bale if he begins the Champions League final on the bench, according to reports in Spain.
Manchester United and Chelsea are pursuing Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic The Italian club want £48million for their star, but may have to sell Perisic starred at Euro 2016, and has previously played under Jurgen Klopp Sportsmail tells you all you need to know about the winger With the English domestic season over, the Premier League’s big boys have already turned their attention to the summer transfer window.
The Portuguese Cup final kicked off in unique fashion on Sunday after an official flew in by drone to deliver the match ball to the referee. Taking off at the race track surrounding the Estadio Nacional, the official brought a touch of modernism to Portugal’s oldest cup competition by soaring through the skies on the remote-controlled drone.
Some would argue that the word “bromance” does not belong in the world of politics, but they’d be wrong. It’s hard not to get swept up in the budding friendships of international leaders with all the photo ops and viral videos.
If there were Snaps of Evan Spiegel’s super-secret weekend wedding, they’ve already self-destructed. The Snapchat co-founder and CEO tied the knot with Australian entrepreneur and model Miranda Kerr over the weekend in the backyard of their Brentwood, Calif. home. It was a hushed affair that lacked the public-facing lens you might expect from one of the present-day leaders in social media.
Getting taken home by the police because you’ve had that massive a night out isn’t something you’d ordinarily be proud of, but for one dude it’s resulted with the best selfie ever.
It’s been a year since Harambe was killed, but the internet will never forget. Last year at this time, a curious toddler wandered into the gorilla’s cage at the Cincinnati Zoo, leading zoo officials to then shoot Harambe out of fear of what he might do.
WOW. Stephen Amell stars in The CW’s hit DC Comics superhero series, Arrow. But did you know he’s also an IRL superhuman who possesses powers above and beyond the normal person? It is well known that Amell performs many of his own stunts on Arrow, but you never really know how much is physical prowess and how much is the illusion of fictional TV.
Chancellor Angela Merkel believes firmly in strong German – U.S. relations and is simply being honest with the United States when she flags up policy differences with Washington, her spokesman said on Monday.
Donald Trump had concerned Americans scratching their heads Sunday night after he tweeted that he now wants to pour more money into health care. “I say we add more dollars to the Healthcare and make it the best anywhere,” he wrote. I suggest that we add more dollars to Healthcare and make it the best anywhere.
Blockbusters are caught in an endless cycle of bigger-is-better clichés. Budgets have swollen so much over the past few decades that moderation is now a foreign concept for Hollywood’s major studios. This phenomenon manifests most obviously in the special-effects arena, but don’t for one second assume it doesn’t also mean first-class snacks.
An Australian man out fishing almost became the bait on the weekend, when a 2.7 metre-long great white shark jumped into his boat. Terry Selwood, 73, has told ABC News how he was fishing for snapper off Evans Head on the NSW north coast when the shark — which measured as long as the deck on his boat — leapt inside.
Former CIA Director General Michael Hayden said that the reported plan by chief White House adviser Jared Kushner’s to arrange secret communications with the Russians during President Donald Trump ‘s transition was “off the map” and like nothing he has seen in his lifetime.