The African sense of kinship is more forgiving, but also very insular, writes Lee Mwiti.
Gunmen believed to be from Somali Islamist militant group al-Shabab have struck again in Kenya, killing at least 29 people.
A governor and several other suspects have been arrested in connection with the coastal massacres in Kenya.
The platinum strike's final kick and data releases from the US and Europe will head this week's economic news.
Massacres on the Kenyan coast have once again brought political rivalries to the fore.
The wave of deadly attacks by extremist groups has prompted officials to urge citizens to watch the World Cup from "the comfort of their homes".
Tension runs high as country's president blames al-Shabab attacks on 'local political networks'.
President Uhuru Kenyatta says "hatemongers" carried out deadly raids on Mpeketoni and Poromoko, despite al-Shabab claiming responsibility.
Islamist militants have killed at least 15 people and torched houses in a second night of attacks on Kenya's coast.
Al-Shabab says it killed at least 49 people in Mpeketoni in response to the deployment of Kenyan troops in Somalia.
Kenyan authorities say "the red line has been crossed" after at least 49 people were killed by suspected al-Shabab militants in Mpeketoni.
At least 48 people have been killed after militants stormed into Mpeketoni and launched a major assault on a police station and hotels.
At least 26 people have been killed and several buildings burnt down in Mpeketoni after suspected al-Shabab gunmen opened fire.
Gunmen in Mombasa have shot dead an influential moderate Muslim preacher, who was an opponent of al-Shabab's preachings.
A day after a Kenyan air raid over al-Shabab's bases in Somalia, 12 people were killed in an ambush attack by suspected militants.
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Four explosions in less than 48 hours in Kenya's two largest cities have created an atmosphere of fear and anger.
Lupita Nyong'o's Oscar has cast the spotlight on the country – long the backdrop for Hollywood adventures – and its struggling film industry.
Kenyans are losing patience with their ill-equipped and notoriously corrupt police force.