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2016-05-26 Children Born Out of Wedlock to Have Father's Name on Birth Certificates
[Capital FM] Nairobi -The High Court has declared that children born out of wedlock shall have the name of their father inserted in their birth certificates as a right.

2016-05-26 Uhuru to Stage War Against Ivory Trade in South Africa
[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta has said he will be taking the fight against trade in ivory to South Africa, a nation that is strongly opposed to destruction of illegal ivory stockpiles.

2016-05-27 'Judges Must Retire At 70'
[Nation] Deputy Chief Justice Kalpana Rawal will now proceed on retirement after the Court of Appeal on Friday ruled that all judges must retire at 70.

2016-05-27 Kitisuru Residents Get Nakumatt Outlet in New Shopping Mall
[Nation] Residents of the affluent Kitisuru neighbourhood have got an extra shopping point after regional retailer Nakumatt Holdings opened its 61st branch in the estate.

2016-05-27 Agency Puts Counties On the Spot Over Riparian Land
[Nation] The Water Resource Management Authority (WRMA) has put county governments on the spot for approving construction of buildings on riparian land.

2016-05-27 Send Drug Addicts to Rehab Not Jail, County Official Says
[Nation] Drug addicts arrested by police should be taken to rehabilitation centres instead of being jailed, Kwale health executive Athman Chiguzo has said.

2016-05-27 Judges Must Retire at 70, Court Rules
[Nation] Deputy Chief Justice Kalpana Rawal will now proceed on retirement after the Court of Appeal on Friday ruled that all judges must retire at 70.

2016-05-27 Poor Record-Keeping Fuels FPE Corruption in Schools - Report
[Nation] Poor record-keeping by head teachers is a setback to proper use of the Free Primary education (FPE) funds, a report has revealed.

2016-05-27 DJ Crème De La Crème Deported From the U.S.
[Nation] One of Kenya's top DJ Crème de la Crème has been deported back to Kenya after an immigration hold in the US.

2016-05-27 80 Kenyan Pilgrims Here for Martyrs' Day
[Observer] About 84 pilgrims from Kenya have crossed into Uganda on foot ahead of the annual June 3 Martyrs day celebrations.

2016-05-27 Four Killed As Trucks Crash, Burst Into Flames
[Nation] Four people died on Friday morning after trucks they were travelling in were involved in an accident at Kalimbini near Salama, Makueni County.

2016-05-27 Kisumu Man Was Shot, Post-Mortem Report Reveals
[Nation] The man who died during the protests in Kisumu was shot in the chest, a post-mortem report has now revealed.

2016-05-27 Gor Mahia, AFC Leopards Docked Points Over Hooliganism
[Nation] Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards were each docked three points Thursday after the Independent Disciplinary and Complaints Committee (IDCC) found the clubs guilty of failing to control their fans during league matches earlier this season.

2016-05-27 Catholic School Closed for Blocking Measles Vaccination
[Nation] A Catholic Church-sponsored school in Embu has been closed down after its administrators barred health officials from administering the measles-rubella jab to pupils.

2016-05-27 Corruption Biggest Threat to Devolution, Say Lawmakers
[Nation] Senators and MCAs want the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission to be established in every county in a bid to curb runaway corruption in the devolved units.

2016-05-27 Terrorism in Dadaab Camps Not Verified, Says UN
[Nation] Kenya's claims of terrorist activity inside the Dadaab camps have not been verified, the president of the United Nations Security Council suggested on Wednesday.

2016-05-27 Cord, Rights Group Clash Over IEBC Protests
[Nation] The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights on Thursday faulted the Opposition for failing to follow the constitutional procedure for the removal of IEBC commissioners from office.

2016-05-27 Why Debate on Poll Reform Was Called Off
[Nation] A foreign embassy blocked former presidential candidates from holding an electoral reform debate in a building it owns to avoid questions of partisanship, it has emerged.

2016-05-27 KCB Profit Up 6.1 Percent as Bad Loans Rise
[Nation] East Africa's largest commercial bank by assets KCB Group was hit by a Sh7 billion increase in gross non-performing loans (NPLs), even as it recorded a 6.1 per cent growth in net profit in the first quarter of the year compared to last year.

2016-05-27 How Companies Push Up Medicine Prices, Driving Families to Endless Pain
[Nation] Kenyans are paying as high as 500 per cent more for drugs compared to other countries -- meaning that families have to sometimes forgo treatment because they can't afford it.

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