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Victorious Gor Mahia restore lead

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At the Awendo Green Stadium, visiting Nairobi City Stars inched closer to relegation after falling to a 2-0 defeat in the hands of unforgiving Sony Sugar

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Has ignoring court orders become a means of overthrowing Constitution?

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When the government decided to ignore a High Court order forbidding the destruction of a ship carrying heroin recently, it set an extremely dangerous precedent

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Hong Kong riots betray a hidden hand

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Hong Kong is at the centre of pro-democracy protests pitting young citizens against their local administration and the central government of China.

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Cash crisis looming as leaders bicker

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County assembly members have delayed to debate and pass the Finance Bill 2014 to authorise the county government to collect revenue

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Set up halls of fame to honour our true heroes

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The National and county governments should find ways to work together on setting up a national as well as regional halls of fame which will be open to the public

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Resolve league dispute

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The dispute between AFC Leopards and Sony Sugar football clubs regarding a botched Kenyan Premier League match has dragged on for too long

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Ebola could become disaster of our generation, says aid agency

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Aid agency Oxfam said yesterday Ebola could become the “definitive humanitarian disaster of our generation”.

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Madagascar leader vows detained ex-president will not be expelled

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Madagascar’s ex-president Marc Ravalomanana, who was placed under house arrest after returning from exile, will not be deported

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