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  • High Hopes In The Kenyan Highlands

    High Hopes In The Kenyan Highlands
    The children of Igamba School, dressed in not-exactly-uniform green, warily eyed the young American woman. All the students were on their best behavior for the Thursday visit by teachers from American Friends of Kenya. But what could Rebecca Clarke,...
  • Librarians On Loan To Kenya

    Librarians On Loan To Kenya
    Books are in short supply everywhere in Kenya, and that's tough on a population of avid readers. But in its five years of existence, American Friends of Kenya has done more than donate 150,000 books. It has helped libraries organize and share them. Audra...
  • Humanitarian Group American Friends Of Kenya Hopes Work Has Lasting Value

    The Kenyan woman had come for a Pap test, but like hundreds of others who had lined up outside St. Bakhita's Clinic on Tuesday, she had other medical needs as well. "You have back pain?" asked the American doctor, Tara Kumaraswami, who at 28 was about...
  • Kenya: Continents Together

    Kenya: Continents Together
  • Kenyan president declared winner

    Incumbent Mwai Kibaki was declared the winner Sunday of Kenya's presidential election and hastily sworn in despite widespread concern over vote irregularities, sparking riots and tribal violence. As smoke rose over parts of Nairobi, the capital, Kenya'...
  • Kenya tourism hurt by election protests

    Mombasa, Kenya Amel Blouza came to Kenya expecting a holiday on white beaches and a safari with a chance to view elephants -- or perhaps giraffes lumbering across the picture-perfect savannah. Instead, she hasn't left her hotel. She is too scared to...
  • Kenya carries on stolen tradition

    Stealing elections has been a common practice in Africa for more than 40 years. African presidents and the ruling elites that surround them have routinely colluded with loyal officials to stuff ballot boxes, intimidate opponents, distribute bribes,...
  • Live chat with Doyle McManus, Aaron Zitner and Janet Hook

    Administrator2: Welcome, everyone, to today's chat on Campaign '08. We have Washington, D.C., bureau Chief Doyle McManus, Politics Editor Aaron Zitner and veteran politics writer Janet Hook ready to take your questions. andy: Andy of ecommissary.com from...
  • Killing Kenya

    Melitus Mugabe Were was a rarity among Kenyan politicians, a moderate who straddled the divides rending the country. A freshman lawmaker in parliament, he was a man who could have mediated between extremists in both the ruling party and the opposition,...
  • Films and programs: aquarium tour, African wildlife and exotic destinations

    CABRILLO BEACH A tour of tide pools A guided walk along the rocky shore at Point Fermin State Marine Park is included in an interactive presentation about tide-pool flora and fauna. Where, when: Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive,...
  • Kenya welcoming back tourists as peace returns

    With a peace deal in place and security almost back to normal, Kenya's beleaguered tourism industry is again welcoming travelers who had abandoned the East African nation after more than 1,000 people were killed in a post-election crisis. The U.S....
  • Obama's African journey: 'Promise'

     
    President Barack Obama, the first African-American president of the United States, founded with the slavery of Africans and perpetuating legalized racial discrimination well into the 20th Century, addressed the parliament of Ghana today in his first...