The East African

Burundi says 10 of its soldiers under Atmiss were killed in the raid, as well as at least 29 Shabaab fighters.

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Stockmarket plagued by dominance of top five companies and foreign investors, low liquidity, low product uptake.

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Says it has “disrespectful church choir scenes” that has offended some faiths.

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The levy on imported finished products from non-member states is expected to stimulate local production.

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Imports to the East African Community will now attract a maximum tax of 35 percent.

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Karine Jean-Pierre will replace Jen Psaki under whom she served as deputy and who is set to leave White House on May 13.

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Authorities attribute the rise partly to lack of infrastructure, and also procurement rules and mistrust.

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WHO says two Omicron sub-variants, BA.4 and BA.5, were behind the surge in cases in South Africa.

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Regimen has been procured by more than 35 countries worldwide. Those with a high TB burden were the first beneficiaries.

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Somalia’s presidential elections will be held on May 15, parliamentary taskforce announces.

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Residents say Ugandan authorities have slapped each with a $431 fine or a jail term of six months.

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They have been trapped for two weeks.

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Burundi officially says 10 soldiers were killed and dozens injured, while troops killed at least 29 Shabaab fighters.

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Burundi officially says 10 soldiers were killed and dozens injured, while troops killed at least 29 Shabaab fighters.

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He jetted into the country a few hours after legendary Jamaican sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce landed in Nairobi.

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She says the push by her Kenyans fans on her Facebook page lured to compete at this year’s Absa Kip Keino Classic.

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The noodles were recalled from the Egyptian market on Tuesday.

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KCB Group is banking on its new subsidiary BPR Bank Plc Rwanda to more than double its regional business in the next two years.

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KCB Group is banking on its new subsidiary BPR Bank Plc Rwanda to more than double its regional business in the next two years.

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The junta accuses France of “flagrant attacks” on its sovereignty.

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They have traditionally worked in one of Africa’s most dangerous environments, targeted by Al-Shabaab and govt operatives.

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Latest price changes attributed to rising world oil market prices and rise in premiums.

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Latest price changes attributed to rising world oil market prices and rise in premiums.

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6m Somalis are facing extreme levels of food insecurity, while 6.5m in Ethiopia and 3.5m in Kenya are "acutely food insecure".

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