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Climate Change Kills More Elephants than Poaching, Kenya Says

Wildlife and Tourism officials in Kenya say that climate change is killing more elephants in Kenya than poaching. It also poses the biggest threat to the conservation of their lives. The illegal slaughter of elephants in search for ivory in Kenya used...

Greek Food Where You Least Expect It: #DusitGreekFestival in Kenya [photos]

From November 12-19 the Greek Food Festival will be taking place at dusitD2’s Soko restaurant in Kenya. The week-long food festival is open for all to enjoy and is sponsored by dusitD2 Nairobi and Qatar Airways. DusitD2 notes that tables...

Greek Court Issues First-Time Ruling on Female Genital Mutilation Case

In a landmark decision for the Greek judicial system, the Athens Administrative Appeals Court placed a temporary hold on the expulsion of a Kenyan woman due to a threat of being subjected to forced genital mutilation (FGM) and her three...

Tourist Agreement with Kenya to be Signed

The Minister of Tourism Olga Kefalogianni with the Secretary of Commerce and Tourism of Kenya Phyllis Cady, expressed their willingness to sign a cooperation agreement in the sector f tourism at yesterday's (Thursday) meeting at the Ministry of Tourism....

Greek Investors Take On Nairobi

The first Investment and Greek Business Mission in Nairobi is taking place Sept. 14-19 organized at the initiative of the Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Kenya in Greece. The mission is headed by the deputy Minister of Development and...

Greek Police Seize Record Consignment of Crystal Meth

Two Romanian nationals were being questioned by police Wednesday following their arrest at Athens International Airport with 12 kilograms of methamphetamine. Greek authorities say they have made a record seizure of a dangerous synthetic drug that has become increasingly popular...

A Greek-Canadian Family’s Life-changing Vacation

As Anastasia Manziaris travelled through the Rift Valley to a village in the Maasai Mara last August, she was looking for more than a summer holiday. Volunteering in a rural community, she and her husband Ted wanted to give...

Somali Pirates Free Greek-Owned Ship

Somali pirates have released the Greek-owned bulk carrier Free Goddess and its 21 Filipino crew members after holding the vessel for more than eight months, the secretary general of the Seafarers Union of Kenya said on Friday. Andrew Mwangura, whose...