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Tanui favoured in Antrim race in Northern Ireland

Olympic silver 10,000 medalist Paul Tanui faces a stern test in the 42nd IAAF Antrim International Cross Country at Dundonald, Antrim, Northern Ireland today Tanui, a silver medallist at the 2011 World Cross Country Championships, faces stiff opposition with Asian Games 5,000m champion Birhanu Balew of Bahrain also in the …

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Bulls, Kisii and Kisumu hope to bounce back

Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) Championship enters match Day 7 today with Western Bulls, Silverstone Kisumu and Resolution Kisii hoping to bounce back after suffering loses last week. Western Bulls host Mombasa RFC at the Bull Ring in Kakamega while Eric Bosire’s Kisii side will be at home against Ngong Warriors …

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Amina appoints panel to vet TVET Fund board members

Education CS Amina Mohamed has appointed the selection panel that will recommend and interview nominees to the Technical and Vocational Education Training Funding Board. The TVET Fund was established to source and disburse funds to technical and vocational education institutions. The government and donors are the main financiers. The board …

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Kenya attack: Here are the Nairobi victims

Among the victims of the attack in Kenya by suspected militants include someone who had survived the 9/11 terror attacks, a football Youtuber and two inseparable friends. At least 14 people are known to have died during the 19-hour siege on the complex in the capital, Nairobi, which houses the …

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TSC, Knut to know outcome of mediation on January 31

The Employment and Labour Relations Court has directed the conciliator in the mediation talks between Knut and TSC to file a report in court by January 31. In the hearing on Thursday before Justice Maureen Onyango, the Kenya National Union of Teachers accused the Teachers Service Commission of disobeying court …

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DR Congo ebola death toll rises to 400

More than 400 people have now died from an outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo, according to the latest death toll. Health authorities in the African nation also revealed there have been 658 cases of the killer virus since the epidemic began last August. The figures come amid fears …

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