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Osama Bin Laden's Death Greeted With Celebration, Anger
News of Osama bin Laden's death was cause for celebration in many countries around the world today, but the al Qaeda leader's followers called it "a black day" and warned that his death would not end the threat of terrorist attacks. Watch "World News with Diane Sawyer" for more on this story
In Africa, a Vaccine Against the 'Silent Killer'
When people in the United States hear the word pneumonia , they tend to think of the elderly and hospital infections . But this "silent killer" is actually the No. 1 cause of death for kids in the developing world, killing more children than AIDS, malaria and measles combined. A new vaccine could
Vote in Kenya: Why U.S. Abortion Debate Has Become a Factor
U.S. Christian Right Groups Cry Foul Over Funding for Voter Education in Kenya
Some of the Best Paid Politicians In the World Are in ...Kenya???
ABC's Dana Hughes reports from Nairobi: The Kenyan Parliament has just voted to give themselves an 18 percent salary increase, taxing only their allowances, which will bring the annual pay for each member to about $126,000 per year; a salary...
Kenyan President should be “squirming”, says country’s political analyst
ABC News' Dana Hughes reports: NAIROBI -- President Obama’s mention of Kenya in his address today as being “badly outpaced” capped a week of pointed criticism at the country’s leadership; criticism many Kenyans agree with. In local television analysis, respected...
President Obama Delivers Tough Love, Pledges Partnership in Ghana
In a robust speech at the Kotoka International Airport shortly before departing Ghana after a whirlwind 22-hour visit, President Barack Obama described how his first visit to sub-Saharan Africa as president had real poignance for him. "As somebody whose father comes from Africa, obviously this
Kenyan Women Fight Corruption With Sex
Kenyan Group Tells Women to Hold a One-Week Sex Ban to Protest Against Corruption
Opposition Leader Vows to Press on in Kenya
Despite a planned mass rally that was stopped by the government, Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga told ABC News Wednesday that his party would "continue again" with rallies planned for the end of the week. Odinga said that the Orange Democratic Movement Party continues to receive mass support
Kenya on the Brink? Ethnic Violence Continues
Many killed over the weekend, politician assassinated today, protests continue.