Elephant collaring project initiated by KWS and Save The Elephants

epa05214700 Rangers from Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), and workers from Save The Elephants, push down a darted elephant before fitting it with a collar during an elephant-collaring operation in Tsavo East National Park, approximately 350 kilometers south east from Nairobi, Kenya, 16 March 2016. The exercise which started on 14 March, and is expected to end on 17 March 2016, is a joint project initiated by KWS and Save The Elephants, providing technical and logistical support. The project aims to provide data for long term planning and to understand the effectiveness of the wildlife crossings and their sustainability. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

Kenya’s opposition leaders lead in a public rally in support of ongoing teachers strike

epa04945349 Kenyan police officers (L) controlling the crowd from getting close to a suspected man (bottom) after rescuing him from being beaten by supporters of the Kenyan Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) led by former prime minister Raila Odinga, for allegedly having stolen a phone from one of the supporters after a public rally called by the opposition leaders in support of the ongoing teachers strike demanding a pay rise of 50-60 percent which has entered to its fourth week without resolve in Nairobi, Kenya, 23 September 2015. Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta on 20 September 2015 said that the teachers demand for a pay rise could not be met therefore urging them to return to work. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT

Kenya Fashion Industry - Fashion in Africa

epa05569109 (12/16) A model presents a creation by Kenyan designer Jamil Walji at a fashion show held during the Fourteenth Session of United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD 14) in Nairobi, Kenya, 19 July 2016. The fashion industry in Kenya has seen tremendous changes over the years as more people continue to embrace Western and other cultures. According to a recent report by the Association of Fashion Designers of Kenya (AFAD), the fashion and textile industry accounted for 30 percent of all manufacturing employment in Kenya at its peak in the 1980s. The report as well indicates that 95 percent of products made in Kenya from the Export Processing Zones (EPZ) in 2014 were sold to the US for 400 million dollars, and only 1.5 percent in the East African Community. Most fashion talents in Kenya are self-employed although over 80 percent are reportedly not certified by the Kenya Bureau of Standards and 60 percent are operating from their homes as unregistered entities. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU PLEASE REFER TO ADVISORY NOTICE (epa05569097) FOR FULL PACKAGE TEXT

Ivory tusks at burning site ahead of the historic ivory burning

epa05281302 A Maasai man pose for people to photograph him in front of some of the confiscated ivory stockpile stacked up onto pyres, at the Nairobi National Park, in Nairobi, Kenya, 28 April 2016. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), has stacked up 105 tonnes, of Ivory at a burning site ahead of the ivory burning event on 30 April 2016. This would be the single biggest haul ever to be burn. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

Nairobi hostage situation

epa03880028 A Kenya Defense Forces soldier reacts to prepare for an incoming fire at the Oshwal Centre adjacent to the Westgate shopping mall where the hostage situation continues in Nairobi, Kenya, in the early hours of 23 September 2013. The number of people killed in an al-Qaeda-linked attack on an upmarket Nairobi shopping mall has risen to 59, the Interior Ministry said. More than 1,000 people were rescued from the mall after militants of the Somali Islamist group al-Shabaab entered the mall on 21 September and opened fire on shoppers, injuring at least 300 people. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

Kenyans protest against police after alleged gang-rape

epa03931274 Women hold underwear as a symbol of calling for change as hundreds of people participate in a rally in Nairobi, Kenya, 31 October 2013. The rally marched to the police's Inspector General's office to present a petition signed by over a million people from around the world calling for justice for a 16-year-old woman dubbed 'Liz' who was gang-raped by six young men. The men were later set free by police after slashing grass as a punishment. After their release, the men allegedly threw Liz into a six-meter-deep pit latrine. Liz now suffers from serious injuries to her back and is bound to a wheelchair. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

147 die in an attack on Kenyan university

epa04690766 Some of the Garissa University students who were rescued, comfort each other at the Garissa military camp, in Garissa town, located near the border with Somalia, some 370km northeast of the capital Nairobi, Kenya, 03 April 2015, the day after gunmen attacked the university in which the government says 147 people have been killed. Islamist militant group al-Shabab from Somalia claimed responsibility of the attack. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

US President Barack Obama in Kenya

epa04859818 Kenyan people gather to witness US President Barack Obama (not pictured) as he visits the August 7th Memorial Park in Nairobi, Kenya, 25 July 2015. Obama laid a wreath in commemoration of those who died in the 1998 bombing of the US Embassy in Nairobi. Obama is on his three day visit to the country, his first visit to his father's homeland since becoming president. He promoted Africa as a hub for global economic growth during a four-day state visit to Kenya and Ethiopia to address terrorism, economic recovery and human rights. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

Kenya opposition protests to pushes for reforms ahead of 2017 general elections

epa05325426 A man carries a schoolgirl overcome by tear gas and smoke from burning barricade during running battles between police firing tear gas and protesters throwing rocks during a demonstration against Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) in the Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya, 23 May 2016. According to local media reports, one person was killed in Kisumu, western part of the country during similar protest which were also held in Mombasa, the coast side of the country. Opposition supporters staged a protest four weeks in a row against the country's electoral body in an attempt to push for the reforms ahead of the next year's general elections. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

Kenya red cross team gather for a candlelight vigil to mourn the 148 people killed in Garissa attack

epa04695974 Kenya Red Cross team members light candles among crosses on the ground as they attend the second day of candlelight vigil held for the 148 people killed in an attack on Garissa University College in Garissa town, in downtown Nairobi, Kenya, 08 April 2015. Hundreds of Kenyans continue to gather in solidarity to mourn the loss of their countrymen while five terror suspects were arraigned in a Nairobi court on 07 April for supplying attackers with guns used in an attack. Kenyan government on 08 April froze 85 bank accounts linked to suspected supporters of al-Shabab. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

Maasai Cricket Warriors team plays cricket at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in support of rhinos

epa04799613 A member of the Maasai Cricket Warriors team (C) bats against British Army Training Unit in Kenya (BATUK) during a charity cricket tournament Last Male Standing Rhino Cup at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Nanyuki, Kenya, 14 June 2015. The internationally recognized Maasai Cricket Warriors team famed for using the sport to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS and women's issues while acting as role models in the community, partnered with the Australian High Commission and the British Army Training Unit in Kenya (BATUK) to organize a charity cricket tournament to create awareness on the fight against poaching. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

Pope Francis visits Kenya

epa05042259 Pope Francis (L) waives at faithful’s upon his arrival for a public mass at the University campus in Nairobi, Kenya, 26 November 2015. Pope Francis is on his second day in Kenya part of his three day tour into the country as his first stop on a three-nation Africa tour. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

Cars set ablaze during riots in Nairobi

epa04881532 Nairobi’s firefighters battle to put off fire in one of two vehicles set ablaze including a County Government van (not pictured) by protestors believed to be soccer fans of the local soccer team Gor Mahia in Nairobi, Kenya, 12 August 2015. The fans allegedly descended on the vehicles during riots which broke out after one of them was allegedly run over by a Nairobi County Government vehicle, as they were matching towards the streets of Nairobi to celebrate the team’s 2-0 win against Ushuru FC earlier in the day. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

At least 36 people killed by al-Shabaab in northeastern Kenya

epa04511976 Kenyan mortuary attendants carry in the bodies of victims killed in Mandera, at city Mortuary in Nairobi, Kenya, 02 December 2014. Local reports say at least 36 people have been killed when gunmen attacked quarry workers in Kormey area, some 10km from Mandera town, which lies on the border with Somalia, in the morning of 02 December. The latest attacks comes only 10 days after Somalia's Islamist militant group al-Shabab attacked a bus and killed 28 non-Muslims near the same town. Reports say that al-Shabaab has claimed responsibility for the attack. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

Kenya orders refugees back to camps

epa04143093 A Somali refugee woman reacts outside one of the refugee registration centers after finding a notice on the main entrance reading 'Registration has been stopped with immediate effect' in Nairobi, Kenya, 27 March 2014. The center was closed following a directive order given by Interior Minister Ole Lenku on 25 March 2014. This order comes a few days after four people were killed by three unknown gunmen in an attack on a church in south-eastern Kenya. EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU
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