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Tale of two Kenyan refugee camps raises concerns of prejudice

Fredrick Nzwili, Christian Science Monitor, 16 July, 2015

NAIROBI, Kenya - The plan to open Kalobeyei refugee camp, which will host a majority South Sudanese population, contrasts with the government's threats to close the decades-old Dadaab camp, which is home to hundreds of thousands of Somalis.
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Scarred By Islamist Attacks, Kenya Set To Re-open Westgate Mall

Drazen Jorgic, Reuters, 14 July, 2015

Nairobi Westgate Mall Attack: Shopping Centre Re-opens Two Years After Terror Siege Where Al-Shabaab Killed 67 People

Catrina Stewart, The Independent, 14 July, 2015

In Somali Enclave, A Bittersweet Homecoming For Kenya's Prodigal Sons

Fredrick Nzwili, The Christian Science Monitor, 09 July, 2015

Kenyan Slum Mathare Gets Cheap Water Through ATMs

Abdullahi Abdi, BBC, 02 July, 2015

U.N. Expands Refugee Camp In Kenya As South Sudan Conflict Rages

Edith Honan, Reuters, 21 June 2015

In Push To Modernize, Rwandan Capital Struggles To House Its Population

Jonathan Rosen, Freelance, 15 June, 2015

Kenya Official: Al-Shabab Commander Killed In Attack Of Army

Tom Odula, The Associated Press, 15 June, 2015

World’s Newest Country Struggles to Survive

Heidi Vogt, The Wall Street Journal, 10 June, 2015

Illegal Timber Trade Flourishes In Congo, Report Says

Matina Stevis, The Wall Street Journal, 04 June , 2015

Somalia May Pay 90% Of Oil Revenue To Explorer Under Draft Deal

Ilya Gridneff, Bloomberg News, 28 May, 2015