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Ken-Ya Believe It? Obama’s Ancestral Home Has Gone To Barack And Ruin

The village of Nyang'oma-Kogelo rose to global attention with Obama and faded with his exit from the White House. The post Ken-Ya Believe It? Obama’s Ancestral Home Has Gone To Barack And Ruin appeared first on Zenger News.

Vets Remove Claw From Lion’s Eye After Fight With Brother

So rare was the injury, the veterinary team said it had “never seen or even heard of anything like it.”  The post Vets Remove Claw From Lion’s Eye After Fight With Brother appeared first on Zenger News.

Kenyan Women Organize For Safety And Respect On Public Transport

Naomi Mwaura's organization aims to change the behavior of public transport crews who assault women over their clothing choices. The post Kenyan Women Organize For Safety And Respect On Public Transport appeared first on Zenger News.

Zimbabwean Government Tussles With Trade Unions Over Vaccine Mandates

Despite receiving over 12 million doses, Zimbabwe has only fully vaccinated 3.1 million people. The post Zimbabwean Government Tussles With Trade Unions Over Vaccine Mandates appeared first on Zenger News.

Taming Kenya’s Prosperity Gospel Preachers

Amidst tales of Kenyans who have lost money and property to rogue preachers, there's a renewed push to rein them in with new laws. The post Taming Kenya’s Prosperity Gospel Preachers appeared first on Zenger News.

‘They Call Us Slaves’: Plight Of Kenya’s Domestic Workers In The Middle East

Despite tales of suffering and abuse, desperate Kenyans continue to flock to the Gulf in search of greener pastures.  The post ‘They Call Us Slaves’: Plight Of Kenya’s Domestic Workers In The Middle East appeared first on Zenger News.

Obama’s Ancestral Kenyan Village Fades Into Oblivion After His Presidency

Nyangoma-Kogelo rose to global attention with Obama and faded with his exit from the White House The post Obama’s Ancestral Kenyan Village Fades Into Oblivion After His Presidency appeared first on Zenger News.

The Rites Stuff: Archeologists Unearth Tools Tied To Ancient Egyptian Fertility Ritual

Archeologists find a solid gold Eye of Horus, as well as ivory reliefs depicting women bearing offerings to the gods. The post The Rites Stuff: Archeologists Unearth Tools Tied To Ancient Egyptian Fertility Ritual appeared first on Zenger News.

Baby Elephants Orphaned By Poachers Still Struggle To Survive With New Herds

Even if the elephants are adopted by other tusker families, their survival rates are poor.  The post Baby Elephants Orphaned By Poachers Still Struggle To Survive With New Herds appeared first on Zenger News.

Food, Water, Culture Focus Of Groundbreaking Israeli, Moroccan Study 

Scientific research in the areas of agriculture, water, energy and ecological restoration are part of the collaboration. The post Food, Water, Culture Focus Of Groundbreaking Israeli, Moroccan Study  appeared first on Zenger News.

Ethiopian PM Abiy’s Shuttle Diplomacy As Tigray Conflict Worsens 

Abiy recently visited four African countries and Turkey as UN's António Guterres warns of a “humanitarian catastrophe” in Tigray. The post Ethiopian PM Abiy’s Shuttle Diplomacy As Tigray Conflict Worsens  appeared first on Zenger News.

Brazilian Travels The World On Foot 

Matias Tartiere has already walked countries in Africa, Asia and Europe, covering more than 5,900 miles.   The post Brazilian Travels The World On Foot  appeared first on Zenger News.
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