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ECONOMY

Nairobi Waste-to-Energy Project Set to Generate Power, Create Jobs
With a 27-billion shilling ($314 million) waste-to-energy project scheduled to launch February 24th, officials are optimistic that Nairobi has finally found a long-term solution to waste management.

The Nairobi County government signed a deal on September 28th with German companies Sustainable Energy Management UG and ISO International Development & Consulting GmbH, to build a solid waste
 


CRIME

Three stabbed in riots in Kenya coastal city
Three people were stabbed on Friday in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa when fresh rioting broke out after Friday prayers, police said.

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POLITICS

Commission targets KWS land for new railway line
The Kenya Wildlife Service will lose 250 acres of land in the first phase of acquisition of sites for construction of the controversial Standard Gauge Railway.

The National Land Commission showed in a Kenya Gazette notice on Friday that the conservation agency would lose tracts of land in Taita Taveta, Kwale and Makueni counties through compulsory acquisition. “The National Land Commission gives notice that the government intends to acquire the following parcels of land
 


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A US museum is planning to hand 30 ceremonial totems later this month to a visiting Kenyan delegation in a move that could lead to the return of hundreds of sacred objects to their countries of origin.

The Denver Museum of Nature and Science is voluntarily presenting to the National Museums of Kenya the vigango donated to it in 1990 by Hollywood actor Gene Hackman and film producer Art Linson. “There is no legal instrument or international treaty that requires us to return them,” said Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh, the museum’s curator of anthropology. “This is not about the law; it's about ethics.”

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