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Top Kenya official investigated over siphoning off sponsorship funds

Hilary Too, 36, of Kenya, won the 2015 Anthem Richmond Marathon in a time of 2:18:48, finishing ahead of 2011 champion and course-record holder Kennedy Kemei, also of Kenya, who came in with a time of 2:19:01.

Kenya may be next in WADA's line of fire; in August, an investigation (paywall) by a German broadcaster and the UK's Sunday Times showed that Kenya had the second-highest number of athletes with suspicious blood results when tested for doping.

The first victim of Sheree's legendary shade was none other than Kenya Moore, who made the mistake of bringing up a sensitive topic — Chateau Sheree. Here Are 8 Facts About Sheree That Kenya Might Want To Remember.

Kenya's government has failed to seriously tackle doping and must act swiftly to prevent its athletes being banned at the 2016 Rio Olympics, the chairman of the country's Olympic committee has said.

Hilary Too, 36, of Kenya, won the 2015 Anthem Richmond Marathon in a time of 2:18:48, finishing ahead of 2011 champion and course-record holder Kennedy Kemei, also of Kenya, who came in with a time of 2:19:01.

Russia's athletics ban stirs fears in doping-hit Kenya

Hilary Too, 36, of Kenya, won the 2015 Anthem Richmond Marathon in a time of 2:18:48, finishing ahead of 2011 champion and course-record holder Kennedy Kemei, also of Kenya, who came in with a time of 2:19:01.

Far from fighting al-Shabaab militants responsible for killing hundreds of Kenyans over the past four years, the Kenyan military is collaborating with them. According to a report (pdf) from the Nairobi-based watchdog, Journalists for Justice, Kenyan

Hilary Too, 36, of Kenya, won the 2015 Anthem Richmond Marathon in a time of 2:18:48, finishing ahead of 2011 champion and course-record holder Kennedy Kemei, also of Kenya, who came in with a time of 2:19:01.

According to a recent press release, Southall has offered to add a Lebanon, Iraq, or Kenya flag filter to anyone who sends him their profile picture on Facebook. And to address growing demand, the artist is asking other 

Supporters laid flowers, lit candles, wrote notes on the ground in memory of the victims of Friday's attacks at a vigil Montreal, Saturday. Mississauga plans its own vigil for terror victims Sunday. Sebastien Gagnon-Dorval/Global News 

Russia's athletics ban stirs fears in doping-hit Kenya

By Ty McCormickTy McCormick is the Africa Editor at Foreign Policy. Based in Nairobi, Kenya, he has reported from across much of Africa and the Middle East, including Egypt, Lebanon, Somalia, South Sudan, and the 

CORD MPs led by ODM Chairman John Mbadi addressing a press conference at Parliament on Tuesday 13/10/15. [PHOTO/BONIFACE OKENDO/STANDARD]. Three ODM Legislators have accused the Jubilee Government of shaming Kenya before the 

Kenya's government has failed to seriously tackle doping and must act swiftly to prevent its athletes being banned at the 2016 Rio Olympics, the chairman of the country's Olympic committee has said.

Far from fighting al-Shabaab militants responsible for killing hundreds of Kenyans over the past four years, the Kenyan military is collaborating with them. According to a report (pdf) from the Nairobi-based watchdog, Journalists for Justice, Kenyan

The first victim of Sheree's legendary shade was none other than Kenya Moore, who made the mistake of bringing up a sensitive topic — Chateau Sheree. Here Are 8 Facts About Sheree That Kenya Might Want To Remember.

Kenya says it will immediately establish an antidoping agency

NAIROBI: In the last three weeks, the media has reported that two expectant women died in hospital while waiting for medical attention. They died on different dates, in different county hospitals. The women did not lose their lives because of birth

Kenya, the East African nation where Islamist militants have killed hundreds of people in recent years, increased security vigilance following attacks in Paris that claimed at least 120 lives. "Whilst we the police have stepped up vigilance, we call on

By Ty McCormickTy McCormick is the Africa Editor at Foreign Policy. Based in Nairobi, Kenya, he has reported from across much of Africa and the Middle East, including Egypt, Lebanon, Somalia, South Sudan, and the 

VIDEO: Kenya vs. Sheree RHOA 0801 (CLIP). In the video above, Sheree and Kenya 'meet' for the first time (on camera) and Moore immediately goes in for the kill. Kenya Moore Mold Manor Kenya spoke out the situation via 

Officials in Kenya have come under fire from LGBT activists as authorities allegedly forced two men to undergo HIV and anal testing to verify whether or not they were gay.