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Topic - Uhuru Kenyatta
"You are the pride of Africa," Kenya's president exclaimed on Twitter as he celebrated Kenya's first major Oscar win by actress Lupita Nyong'o.
African leaders arrived in South Sudan on Thursday to try to mediate between the country's president and the political rivals he accuses of attempting a coup that the government insists sparked violence threatening to destroy the world's newest country.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta says security forces have finally defeated a small group of terrorists after four days in fighting at a Nairobi mall.
Members of the African Union accused the International Criminal Court of racism on Monday, characterizing the high number of Africans who are indicted — 99 percent of the ICC cases — as proof that justice is not being served.
Kenyan police deployed forces Sunday in the capital and the lakeside city of Kisumu to contain the continuing threat of violence after five people were killed in riots Saturday, officials said, but the country remained mostly peaceful after a court upheld Uhuru Kenyatta's election as president.
The U.N. has launched its aid appeal for Somalia in the capital, Mogadishu, for the first time in two decades.
Looking ahead to Kenya's national vote in March, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Saturday warned leaders and citizens in the East African nation not to repeat the deadly violence that plunged the country into chaos after disputed presidential elections five years ago.
Aid workers declared "a humanitarian catastrophe" Wednesday in southeastern Congo and blamed the recent deaths of at least 25 people on a warlord who broke out of jail late last year.
Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya appeared Wednesday before the International Criminal Court in The Hague for a hearing to determine whether he will be tried for crimes against humanity.
The International Criminal Court's prosecutor named six Kenyan leaders Wednesday as the purported orchestrators of violence after the country's 2007 election that left more than 1,000 people dead.
Kenyatta in Sunday's statement said the government has made the promotion of arts a key pledge that must be delivered.
He said many young Kenyans will have access to funding for artistic projects.