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University lecturers strike in Kenya over

Kenya public university lecturers ended a strike over low pay after reaching an agreement with authorities, a union official said, allowing classes to resume after being suspended since March.

Law against cybercrime on Kenya statute book

Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta signed a new law outlawing abuse of people on social media but which critics say could be exploited to repress civil liberties.

Kenya teenager killed in error

Kenyan police on the trail of one of the country’s most wanted criminals shot dead a 17-year-old boy after mistaking him for their suspect, the boy’s father said, the latest accusation of wrongful killing to be levelled at the force.

Dam bursts in Kenya

A dam burst in Kenya after weeks of torrential rain, unleashing torrents of water that smashed into two villages killing at least 21 people and causing “huge destruction”, rescue services and government officials said.

Rhino killed in Kenya national park

Three rhino were found dead with their horns missing in Kenya’s Rhino Sanctuary in Meru National Park in what the country’s Ministry of Tourism called an act of poaching.
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Company News

  • BRONCO II launched for USA
    by Paramount Group, 10 May 2018

    The BRONCO II's internal Interchangeable Multi-Mission System Bay allows a single airframe to be rapidly reconfigured to perform multiple roles.

  • AHRLAC/Mwari enters production and preparing first deliveries
    by Paramount Group, 8 May 2018

    The Ahrlac and its armed variant, the Mwari, are being developed and produced at Wonderboom Airport by Ahrlac Holdings, co-owned by Paramount Group.

  • defenceWeb launches new drone portal
    by defenceWeb, 7 May 2018

    The unmanned aerial vehicle portal will focus exclusively on military and commercial unmanned aviation, regulations and technology.