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Kenya Snakebites: Researchers work to produce first antivenom

Poisonous snakes bite at least 400-thousand people every year in Africa, according to the World Health Organization. In Kenya alone, that leads to more than 700 deaths. Treatment is expensive and often out of reach for those in rural communities. But as Sharon Ogunleye reports, one research centre is working to save those lives. #SnakebitesinKenya #PoisonousSnake #WHO

Kenya Oil Revenues: Row over oil revenues threatens production

Kenya Oil Revenues: Row over oil revenues threatens production

Recycling firm uses kitchen waste for better harvests

Recycling firm uses kitchen waste for better harvests

The vinyl collector of Nairobi

The vinyl collector of Nairobi

Kenya’s government cracks down on corruption

Kenya’s government cracks down on corruption

Conditions for sale of US F-16s removed from defence bill

Conditions for sale of US F-16s removed from defence bill

6th TRT World Forum to kick off in Istanbul on Friday

6th TRT World Forum to kick off in Istanbul on Friday

Families in Qatar host World Cup fans in their homes

Families in Qatar host World Cup fans in their homes

Democratic US Senator Warnock beats Trump-backed rival Walker

Democratic US Senator Warnock beats Trump-backed rival Walker

Teachers’ strike in Tunisia affecting many students

Teachers’ strike in Tunisia affecting many students

Ukraine demands return of women and children abducted by Russia

Ukraine demands return of women and children abducted by Russia

Blinken: US neither encourages nor enables Kiev to attack Russia

Blinken: US neither encourages nor enables Kiev to attack Russia

Al Jazeera asks Intl Criminal Court to probe Israeli forces

Al Jazeera asks Intl Criminal Court to probe Israeli forces

Moscow says Ukrainian drones struck two air bases in Russia

Moscow says Ukrainian drones struck two air bases in Russia

Spacecraft reaches closest point to lunar surface since Apollo 17

Spacecraft reaches closest point to lunar surface since Apollo 17

Authorities impose 8km no-go zone in Indonesia's East Java villages

Authorities impose 8km no-go zone in Indonesia's East Java villages

Migrants sleeping rough in New York City

Migrants sleeping rough in New York City

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