"You're not going to separate us," Muslim bus-riders told Islamic militants who demanded the Muslims and Christians separate. The Muslims told the militants to kill us all, but we will not sacrifice our Christian colleagues.
Usually when we think about female genital mutilation only one thing comes to mind: that it should be stopped. But a group of women from the Maasai tribe in Kenya feel strongly that the practice should continue.
The Kenyan military is accused of turning the siege at the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi into a looting spree. Now, Kenyans are demanding to know what happened during the four days the security forces fought al-Shabab inside the mall.
Kenyan women's rights groups took to the streets of Nairobi on Monday to demand justice for a woman who was attacked for the way she dressed. But protesters say the issue isn't just about miniskirts — it's about how Kenya treats its female citizens.
It's ten years ago this week that Al Qaeda-linked terrorists bombed the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, and one of the suspected perpetrators is still at large, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.