Archive | May, 2012

DEATH OF ALEXANDER MONSON: FATHER, NICHOLAS MONSON DEMANDS JUSTICE

Friends and family from all over the world gathered on Monday in Diani to say their final farewells to Alexander Monson, the British tourist who died of a brain haemorrhage after being in police custody. Whilst his father Nicholas Monson, eulogized his sons’ passing, the coastal police led by Ambrose Munyasia launched an investigation into […]

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PRESIDENT JACOB ZUMA’S PENIS AND CANADA’S PRIME MINISTER STEPHEN HARPER NUDE: FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION? THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY? RACSISM? ART? OR A CASE OF ‘NEVER MIND THE BOLLOCKS’?

South African artist Brett Murray has depicted his country’s President Jacob Zuma in Leninesque pose, his gaze directed to some distant horizon, right hand reaching forward and his genitalia hanging out, in an artwork 1.85m high entitled ‘The Spear’, part of Murray’s ‘Hail to the Thief II’ exhibition. In Canada artist Maggie Sutherland has recently […]

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NAIROBI ‘BOMB’ BLAST: FBI JOIN IN PROBE, FERTILISER BOMB SUSPECTED.

An official investigating yesterdays bomb attack in Nairobi told Associated Press today that a fertiliser bomb could have caused the blast. The official who spoke under conditions of anonymity, said that the smell of ammonia at the scene suggested a fertiliser bomb which is commonly made from ammonium nitrate and fuel oil. A team of […]

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EXPLOSION ON MOI AVENUE – POLICE INVESTIGATING IED AS POSSIBLE CAUSE AS TWO MEN WANTED FOR QUESTIONING

Despite Police Commissioner Matthew Iteere initially ruling out a grenade or bomb attack as being the cause of yesterday’s explosion on Moi Avenue in central Nairobi and ascribing it to an “electrical fault”, police investigations are now exploring the possibility of an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) being the cause. 36 people have been taken to […]

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“BOMB BLASTS”, MOI AVENUE NAIROBI, LATEST: NOT ELECTRICAL FAULT – ODINGA WARNS “TERRORISTS”

Following the explosion at Assanands House on Moi Avenue that occurred at lunchtime today, at least 28 people have been taken to Kenyatta national Hospital but despite an earlier report, no one has been killed as a result of the blast. However, confusion reigns as to the cause of the blast with conflicting statements coming […]

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Zimbabwe military press conference

Raila Odinga Speech at the CSIS Washington DC, USA

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