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Two Australians dead, 18 tourists hurt in Kenya crash

Tour operator Intrepid Travel said 25 people – 22 tourists and three local staff – were on the bus.

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Many Kenyan men flee to avoid forced circumcisions

At least 12 men from other tribes have been forcibly circumcised since the start of the circumcisions in August.

Have money, have bank

New RBI guidelines might bring in a much-needed banking approach that finally focuses on serving rural India.

In this Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013 file photo, a security officer helps a wounded woman outside the Westgate Mall after gunmen threw grenades and opened fire during an attack that left multiple dead and dozens wounded. (AP)

48 reported killed in militant attack on Kenya town: Red Cross

The assault came late Sunday night as town residents were watching World Cup matches on TV.

200 queue up for AAP ticket

Among those who appeared for the interview was an NRI who is the owner of oil wells in Kenya and Venezuela, with a majority stake in a foreign airline.

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No winners and losers, only survivors

Courts are ill-suited to inaugurating a new political order after a civil war.

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Scotland, UAE seal ICC 2015 World Cup berths

Scotland and UAE will now play the tournament final at Bert Sutcliffe Oval on Saturday.

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Serious runners need to be taken seriously

The weekend’s Mumbai Marathon staged the participation of 39,510 runners competing in various events.

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Kenya says 30 Shebab rebels killed in Somalia air strike

Officials said they believed dozens of other militants were also wounded.

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Grenade attack wounds 10 in Kenya tourist resort: Police

The attack is latest to target areas popular with foreign visitors who are key to the economy.

Ethiopian Tsegay wins Delhi half marathon in record time

He was followed home by Kenyans Geoffrey Kipsang in 59.30 and Wilson Kiprop (59.49).

East African trade bloc approves monetary union deal

The East African Community nations aim to harmonise monetary and fiscal policies.

Britain burnt ‘embarrassing’ papers to hide colonial crimes in 1950s,’60s

50-year-old documents were finally transferred from UK Foreign Office to National Archive show.

Norway investigates suspected terrorist in Kenya mall siege

The trail in the investigation into the deadly attack on a Kenyan shopping mall leads all the way to Scandinavia.

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