By NATION CORRESPONDENT-Posted Sunday, June 17 2012 at 16:03-Church leaders have accused politicians of driving the youth into criminal gangs for self-gain. National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) general secretary, Rev Canon Peter Karanja,
Posted Sunday, June 17 2012 at 19:09-DAMASCUS, Sunday-Syria is the latest theatre of an uprising that started early 2011. First, protests swept Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, and other Arab countries.This phenomenon was named “the Arab Spring”.
By JAINDI KISERO (email the author) Posted Saturday, June 16 2012 at 15:09 Basking in denial. This is what comes through as we (Photo FrMar- together)the budget speeches presented this week by the finance ministers of the member states of the East African Community.
USA not to move to Africa- AU should be sufficient in defending Africa-FrMarBY SIMON ALLISON, 15 JUNE 2012-ANALYSIS-As operations draw unsatisfactorily to a close in Afghanistan, America's generals are busy preparing the next front in the War on Terror:
Brothers, do not exasperate Christians!-FrMar-Fears of casualties among Sunday morning worshippers in three explosions at churches in northern city of Zaria.-Last Modified: 17 Jun 2012 12:00-Three blasts have hit churches in the northern Nigerian state of Kaduna
17 June 2012 Last updated at 08:46 GMT-Voting has begun in Greece for crucial elections which could determine the country's future in the eurozone. The main contenders, the right-wing New Democracy and left-wing Syriza, are at odds over whether broadly
16 JUNE 2012-Afgoye — A car full of explosives was smashed into a base used by Somali forces in the town of Afgoye, by an Al Shabaab agent on Saturday , Radio Garowe reports.The suicide attack Saturday afternoon was claimed by Al Shabaab,
16 June 2012Last updated at 19:11 GMT-Cameroon's Indomitable Lions made hard work of beating Guinea-Bissau 1-0 in a 2013 Africa of Nations qualifier.Cameroon had to wait until the 80th minute before Benjamin Moukandjo finally broke the deadlock
By AFP-Posted Saturday, June 16 2012 at 17:59-As Egyptians voted for a new president on Saturday, many of the country's Coptic Christians said they were backing Ahmed Shafiq, a former prime minister they believe can stem a rising Islamist tide.
By Kevin J. Jones-Washington D.C., Jun 16, 2012 / 04:47 pm (CNA).- News media coverage has “ranged from imbalanced to near-fraudulent” in its contrasting reports on the religious freedom rallies and the controversy over Vatican action towards the Leadership