Apr 22, 2016

Taiwan wire fraud suspects have confessed, Chinese police say

A Chinese police official says all 45 Taiwanese wire fraud suspects detained in Beijing after their deportation from Kenya have confessed to their crimes and will be put on trial. The official Xinhua News Agency on Friday quoted Chen Shiqu of the Public Security ...

Apr 2, 2016

Kenyan Rudisha fears Olympic ban

David Rudisha fears his hard work preparing for this year’s Olympics will go “down the drain” with Kenya expected to miss another World Anti-Doping Agency deadline, moving it a step closer to being declared non-compliant with global rules. That might lead to the IAAF, ...

Feb 11, 2016

Kenyan athletes allege doping bribery

Two Kenyan athletes serving four-year bans for doping at the 2015 world championships say the chief executive of Athletics Kenya, the country’s governing body for track and field, asked them each for a $24,000 bribe to reduce their suspensions. Joy Sakari and Francisca Koki ...

Christian doctor from Wakayama offers hope to disabled kids in Kenya

Dec 29, 2015

Christian doctor from Wakayama offers hope to disabled kids in Kenya

Japanese pediatrician Kazuko Kumon works to provide support for children with disabilities and their families in Kenya. At The Garden of Siloam, a facility Kumon established on the outskirts of Nairobi, disabled children receive a range of support, from high-quality education to personalized health ...

Dec 25, 2015

Subdued Christmas in store for terror-wary Paris

It was a subdued Christmas Eve in Paris on Thursday, with tourist numbers down, security bolstered at shops and churches, and locals still on edge after last month’s jihadi attacks. Heavily armed soldiers patrolled outside the iconic Galeries Lafayette and Printemps department stores in ...