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COVID-19 Could Drive Half a Billion People Into Poverty Worldwide

Nairobi, Kenya – The fallout from the coronavirus outbreak that has killed around 90,000 people and wreaked havoc on economies around the world could push around half a billion people into poverty, Oxfam stated on Thursday. The report released by the Nairobi-based charity ahead of next week’s International Monetary Fund (IMF)/World Bank annual meeting calculated the […]


Kenya confirms full commitment to BRI with first oil export

Kenya has reached a new phase of its rapid development by making its first export of crude oil, and it is of little surprise that Chinese state-owned firm ChemChina won the tender to buy the oil at a premium. With this new cash injection, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has ensured that his country would continue […]

Kenya offers the world its first oil production

NAIROBI – For the first time in its history, Kenya has become a country that exports crude oil. According to The East African, the first batch of 200,000 barrels was sold at auction for $12.6 million. It was bought by a Chinese company. The solemn shipping ceremony of the first oil tanker ship in Kenya […]

African continent creates own WTO

The African free trade zone aims to create a single market for goods and services in Africa. By 2030, the size of the market should be 1.7 billion people, the volume of consumer and business expenses will be $ 6.7 billion if by that time all African countries join the free trade zone; 10 countries, including Nigeria, have not yet signed an agreement. 

Al-Shabaab says it has no plans to withdraw its terrorists from Somali-Kenya border after killing two Kenyan police officers

January 28, 2018 – Fort Russ News – Paul Antonopoulos – Translated from Raascawad. Two Kenyan police officers have been killed in a landmine explosion in Garissa in northeast Kenya. The explosion was a landmine targeting a Kenyan security convoy near the border with Somalia. The Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) has claimed responsibility for the attack […]

Ukraine – Kenya, what’s the difference?

September 29th, 2015 –  By: Anton Klimkov – –  translated for Fort Russ by Paul Siebert –  “Ukraine – Kenya, what’s the difference?” The Ukrainian media are all lying, one can not argue with that. Every publication says what it is paid for by the authorities or expresses a purely individual point of view of its […]