Hundreds of slum residents have asked a Kenyan court to stop them being evicted from state-owned land, their lawyer said on Wednesday, a week after authorities demolished the homes of 30,000 Nairob
International development finance institutions (DFIs) invested heavily in large-scale infrastructure projects that triggered significant deforestation in the Andes Amazon especially within the
SECUNDERABAD: The Local Military Authority (LMA) had promised to undertake a joint inspection by SCB officials along with representatives of resident welfare associations (RWAs) of all civilian roa
Rights group Amnesty International has condemned the demolition of homes, shops and schools this week in the Kibera section of Nairobi.
Thousands of people in Kenya's largest slum are now homeless after two days of demolitions by a government body that human rights activists are calling a "violation of the law".
The homes of about 30,000 people have been demolished in a Kenyan slum to make way for a new $20m (£15m) dual carriage way in the capital Nairobi.
This was mentioned in a counter-affidavit filed by NHAI director in the High Court in response to a batch of PILs and writ petitions challenging the project
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Details of trees to be cut and whether it involves endangered species has to be included in report.
Nairobi — President Uhuru Kenyatta today launched the reconstruction of roads in 11 constituencies in Nairobi's Eastlands.
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