Stereotype-Defying Photos of East Africa's Maasai People
Twenty East-African photographers prove that Maasai culture involves a lot more than the spears, beads and brightly coloured clothing Western photographers tend to capture.
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Kenya Fans Riot in Nairobi After Controversial Goal Call, Stop Play for Thirty Minutes
Police fired tear gas into the stands in Nairobi.
Liam Daniel Pierce
How a Man Named Dr Crocodildo Brought Sex Toys to Kenya
In a country where pornography is illegal and obscenity is closely monitored, Peter Karanja, AKA Dr Crocodildo, saw a business opportunity.
The New Movie 'Stories of Our Lives' Dispels the Myths Fueling Kenya's Homophobia
The Nairobi-based arts collective the Nest created an anthology of short films that was recently shown at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Kenya's Growing Ketamine Problem
It's a cleaner option than sniffing glue.
Jihad in Kenya
A holy war is being fought on the streets of Mombasa.
Rich Kenyans Are Injecting Themselves with Black Market Creams to Become White
“You must only use a small amount, otherwise you can become albino.”
Celeste Hibbert and Wil Crisp, Photos: Celeste Hibber
Kenya's 'Little Mogadishu'
Terrorist group al Shabaab have turned the area into a police state.
Refugees in Kenya Are Being Forced Back to War-Torn Somalia
The only thing worse than leaving is staying.
Are al-Shabaab Responsible for the Latest Bombing in Nairobi?
Whoever the culprit, relations between the city's Kenyans and Somalians are rapidly deteriorating.
The Mob Justice of Kenya's Somali Stop-and-Frisk
There's no end in sight.
The Westgate Attack Shows How Desperate al-Shabaab Have Become
The group are losing power in Somalia, so have turned to killing people in Kenyan shopping malls instead.