Improved Roads in Kenya: The Ahero Road Interchange Project

Kenya has always had a problem when it comes to infrastructure. Poor roads among developing countries pose an obstacle to inclusive growth according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Kenya at the moment is making great progress in terms of infrastructural development.
Lake Nakuru National Park
Lake Nakuru National Park - Kenya
Welcome to Lake Nakuru National Park which is a protected area. It is located in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya. The park was established in the year 1961 as a bird sanctuary area. Later in the year 1968, it was gazetted as a National Park. The park has a lake, Lake Nakuru whose size varies according to the rainfall. At the moment the lake covers 73 square kilometers because of flooding. Lake Nakuru is famous for the vast numbers of flamingoes that feed off it's algae. The catchment area covers 1800 square kilometers.
Aerial shot of the museum of Dundo in eastern Angola.
Come with us on a tour to discover the first museum built in Angola
Euronews has come to see the first museum to be built in Angola, the Dundo Museum.
The late Chadian President's funeral ceremony is slated for April 23, at the Place de la Nation in the capital
African presidents arrive in N'Djamena ahead of Déby's funeral ceremony
Niger's President Mohamed Bazoum touched down in the Chadian capital N'Djamena on Thursday, a day before the funeral of the late Chadian president Idriss Déby.
Renowned Algerian scholar on Islam Said Djabelkhir has been handed a three-year jail time for ''offending Islam''. He was released on bail Thursday.
Renowned Algerian scholar sentenced for ''offending Islam'', granted bail
A renowned Algerian scholar on Islam was on Thursday handed a three-year jail time for offending Islam.
Environmental issues surrounding the Niger River in Mali are threatening the livelihoods of thousands of fishermen.
Along the mighty Niger River, fewer fish and more jihadists
Ousmane Djebare Djenepo, wearing sunglasses and an easy smile, stands upright to show off the mighty Niger River which is flowing around his traditional wooden canoe, or pirogue.
Chad's President Idriss Deby Itno pictured alongside his son Mahamat Idriss Deby in 2013
Slain Chad leader's son takes power as rivals slam 'coup'
Chad faced an uncertain future on Wednesday as the son of slain leader Idriss Deby Itno took power in what the opposition called a coup and Western allies that rely on the country's military might pleaded for stability.
A tank positioned at a roundabout in Chad's capital N'Djamena on Monday
Chad says 300 rebels killed after election day offensive
Fighting between Chad's army and rebels in the country's north was revealed to be far deadlier than previously known on Monday, with the military reporting more than 300 insurgents killed while claiming calm was restored.
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