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Tom Maliti

Tom Maliti

    Donors spend $9,3m on Somali piracy cases
    Donors spend $9,3m on Somali piracy cases
    Donors will spend $9,3-million to help Kenya and Seychelles prosecute suspected Somali pirates and improve those countries' criminal justice...
    Two plead guilty to illegally possessing 700kg of ivory
    Two plead guilty to illegally possessing 700kg of ivory
    Two men pleaded guilty in a Kenyan court on Monday to illegally possessing 700kg of elephant tusks in what was believed to be the largest seizure...
    US moots treaty for mercury reduction
    US moots treaty for mercury reduction
    The Obama administration has reversed years of US policy by calling for a treaty to cut mercury pollution, which it described as the world's...
    Annan: Prosecute Kenya militias over poll violence
    Annan: Prosecute Kenya militias over poll violence
    Kenyan authorities should prosecute murderous militias implicated in the country's devastating post-election violence, but also address any...
    Tribe to be the big issue in Kenyan elections
    Tribe to be the big issue in Kenyan elections
    During a work break, Dennis Ouma Ochieng sips his soda and declares the one thing that will decide his choice in Kenya's upcoming presidential...
    More than 70 Chadian children 'flown to France'
    More than 70 Chadian children 'flown to France'
    Chad will investigate reports that at least 74 Chadian children were flown to France more than a month-and-a-half ago without their parents'...
    Piracy on the rise off Somalia
    Piracy on the rise off Somalia
    Piracy off Somalia is on the rise because an Islamic group that had cracked down on pirates was ousted, an official who tracks piracy cases off...
    Ethiopia rebels declare ceasefire for UN visit
    Ethiopia rebels declare ceasefire for UN visit
    Rebels in Ethiopia's volatile east declared a unilateral ceasefire so the United Nations can investigate their claims of human rights abuses in the...
    Kenyan leader refuses to sign media law
    Kenyan leader refuses to sign media law
    The Kenyan president refused on Wednesday to approve legislation that has widely been condemned as an attack on independent media because it would...
    Kenya Airways loses contact with airliner
    Kenya Airways loses contact with airliner
    Kenya Airways has lost contact with a commercial airliner carrying more than 100 passengers that took off from Cameroon early on Saturday, the...
    US diplomat in Chad to discuss oil-royalties dispute
    US diplomat in Chad to discuss oil-royalties dispute
    A senior United States diplomat arrived in Chad's capital on Monday to meet with officials about a dispute between the government and the World...
    AU officials travel to Chad in wake of coup attempt
    AU officials travel to Chad in wake of coup attempt
    African Union officials travelled to Chad on Friday to study the situation eight days after a rebel attack on the capital was repulsed.