Two rival tribes, the Pokot and Tugen, are fighting for water and pasture in drought-ravaged Kenya.
Locals accuse the government of diverting increasing amounts of water for political gain.
Comments likely to unnerve Kenyans still reeling from 2007 post-election violence that killed some 1,200.
Wilson and Ann Mutura were treated by 'well-wishers' after their budget wedding went viral on social media.
Kenyan doctors in public hospitals have been on strike since 5 December.
Some 2.7 million people in Kenya are affected by drought and face food insecurity, NGOs warn.
Kenya High Court ruled to keep Dadaab refugee camp open as 260,000 Somali refugees would be at risk.
Its closure would have resulted in over 200,000 people having to return to war-torn Somalia.
The men were accused of spying for Somalia's Western-backed government, the US and neighbouring Kenya.
IBTimes UK meets refugee and rape survivor Clarisse, who uses massage therapy to heal herself and others.
EXCLUSIVE: Ahmed spent 25 years in 'critical conditions' at refugee camps after escaping Somalia's civil war.
Hundreds of herdsmen have attacked wildlife conservancies, farms and lodges in the area.
Campaign is part of Amnesty International's efforts to drum up global solution to the crisis.
IBTimes UK speaks to refugees saying US resettlement 'was only thing that could save them from Somalia war'.
IBTimes UK hears of the devastating impact of President Trump's ban on refugees with protection needs.
Al-Shabaab vows to punish Kenya for sending troops into Somalia under AMISOM.
Detained by Kenyan authorities, Dong Samuel Luak is at risk of unlawful deportation to South Sudan.
Part of US 'foreign policy', the aircraft and arms deal is estimated at $418m (£335m).
IBTimes UK looks at the former head of the Anglican church expected to quell Kenya's rampant graft.
Foeticide is not well understood in primates but could be widespread, researchers say.
How Obama prioritised security and trade over human rights and democracy on the African continent.
Kenyan hospitals paralysed as striking doctors rejected government wage deal.
Doctors' union says the proposed deal would benefit docotrs but ignore public healthcare needs.
Blast occurred after tanker lost control on the road travelling between Kenya and Uganda.
However, top Pakistan Cricket Board official Najam Sethi refuses to divulge the name of the country.
Heathcare workers have started a nationwide strike over a pay deal they say has not been honoured.
The lewd comments about a political rival are 'trivialising sexual abuse', Human Rights Watch said.
Activists claim at least 14 homeless children allegedly were killed by Eldoret city police in last 12 months.
Burundi, South Africa and Gambia's decision to leave the ICC generated widespread support for the ICC.
Kenya's parks are a vital part of the country's tourism, with visitors eager to watch the wild animals in their natural habitat.