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Author and conservationist Kuki Gallmann shot in Kenya
Novelist and conservationist Kuki Gallmann shot in Kenya as suspicion falls on herders
Today In Pictures: April 1, 2013, Fashion, Pain, Sheep and Pride
Palestinian youths practice their parkour skills in KhanYounis, southern Gaza Strip, March 31, 2013. Parkour is a physical discipline of movement focused on overcoming obstacles. Training is held at cemeteries in KhanYounis. (Hatem Moussa/AP) CLICK HERE FOR MORE PICTURES OF THE DAY ON ABCNEWS!
Shabaab Car Bomb Kills Lawmaker Inside Mogadishu
Remote-Control Blast Comes After Raids to Clear Al Qaeda 'Remnants' from City
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
Clem's Chronicles: AIR FRANCE/GM/OBAMA TRAVELS OVERSEAS
Clem Lane here with tonight's evening editorial note. AIR FRANCE PLANE-Brazilian authorities say they found debris today from missing Air France flight #447. The correct term is probably “spotted”, since nothing’s been recovered yet. And no wonder-Lisa Stark tells us...
Kenyan Women Fight Corruption With Sex
Kenyan Group Tells Women to Hold a One-Week Sex Ban to Protest Against Corruption
Threat Concern Prompts DHS to Halt U.S. Based Delta Flights into Kenya
Increased fighting in Somalia and recent threat information indicating possible attacks against U.S. interests in East Africa have prompted the Department of Homeland Security to deny Delta Airlines their first direct flights to and from Nairobi, Kenya which were to begin today from the United
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.
Will Wounds From Ethnic Fighting Ever Heal?
With Hundreds Dead, Thousands Displaced, Can Kenya Recover From Postelection Violence