How Drill Soundtracks Life for Kenyan Youth
The new generation of rappers hailing from the hoods of Nairobi are at the forefront of a new wave of African music.
The US Opposed a UN Plan to Study Geoengineering to Combat Climate Change
A proposal to study the risks and current state of geoengineering technologies failed to materialize at a UN assembly this week.
Al-Shabaab militants kill 14 people in a hotel siege in Nairobi
"We can confirm that 14 innocent lives were lost through the hands of these murderous terrorists."
Watch the Emotional First Clip from the Final Season of 'Parts Unknown'
W. Kamau Bell remembers his unforgettable trip to Kenya in our first look at the show since Bourdain's death.
Ballet is giving boys from Kenya’s slums a chance to get out
We met an up-and-coming ballet dancer in one of the most unlikely places, the Kibera slum in Nairobi.
Stereotype-Defying Photos of East Africa's Maasai People
De Maasai worden door westerlingen doorgaans springend in de natuur gefotografeerd. Dit is wat er gebeurt als Oost-Afrikaanse fotografen de Maasai op de kiek zetten.
These Kenyan Grandmothers Are Learning to Fight Back Against Rapists
In some of their country's slums, self-defense is the only option.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
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Hundreds protest in Nairobi over death of Kenyan rights lawyer
About 300 people marched through the Kenyan capital on Monday to protest over what they said was the extrajudicial killing by police of a human rights lawyer, Willie Kimani, his client and their driver.
Clashes Between Police and Protesters in Kenya Turn Deadly During 'Day of Rage' Demonstrations
Witnesses say police fired into the air to break up a crowd trying to march in the eastern city of Kisumu as protesters in the East African country push for members of the electoral commission to resign before the 2017 elections.
Kenya Blames Terrorists for Its Decision to Close the World's Largest Refugee Camp
The government in Nairobi has long threatened to close the doors of Dadaab refugee camp, home to more than 300,000 refugees mainly from neighboring Somalia.