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  2. History of Nairobi - Wikipedia

    The U.S. embassy in the heart of Nairobi was bombed on 7 August 1998 by Al-Qaida, as one of a series of U.S. embassy bombings. Over two hundred civilians were killed in the embassy and another 213 persons in the surrounding area with more than 5,000 people injured. The effects were widespread and devastating.

  3. Nairobi Half Life - Wikipedia

    He gets arrested and even spends a day in jail. In a twist of events, he meets a Nairobi crook Oti (Olwenya Maina) who becomes a close friend and takes him into his criminal gang. The gang itself specializes in snatch and grab thievery with vehicle parts being their main targets.

  4. Nairobi (Money Heist) - Wikipedia

    Nairobi ( Ágata Jiménez) is a fictional character in the Netflix series Money Heist, portrayed by Alba Flores. [1] She serves as the quality manager of the group, in charge of printing money in the Royal Mint of Spain in parts 1 and 2, and overseeing the melting of gold in the Bank of Spain in parts 3 and 4.

  5. List of Gossip Girl episodes - Wikipedia

    Gossip Girl is a teen drama which premiered on September 19, 2007, in the United States on The CW. Gossip Girl is based on the young-adult book series of the same name written by Cecily von Ziegesar, and was developed for television by The O.C. creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. The series follows the lives of the young, wealthy, and ...

  6. Nandi people - Wikipedia

    The Nandi are part of the Kalenjin, a Nilotic tribe living in East Africa. The Nandi ethnic group live with close association and relation with the Kipsigis tribe. They traditionally have lived and still form the majority in the highland areas of the former Rift Valley Province of Kenya, in what is today Nandi County.

  7. Crime in Kenya - Wikipedia

    Crime in Kenya. There is a high crime rate in all regions of Kenya. Petty offences are the most common crime with stealing being the most reported crime. Robbery and theft are among the least cited criminal offences. Crime in Kenya is as low as in countries like Tunisia with a rating of 3.46 crimes per 100,000 people.

  8. Luhya people - Wikipedia

    the seventeen sub-tribes are the bukusu ( aba-bukusu ), idakho ( av-idakho ), isukha ( av-isukha ), kabras ( aba-kabras ), khayo ( aba-khayo ), kisa ( aba-kisa ), marachi ( aba-marachi ), maragoli ( aba-logoli ), marama ( aba-marama ), nyala ( aba-nyala ), nyole ( aba-nyole ), samia ( aba-samia ), tachoni ( aba-tachoni ), tiriki ( aba-tiriki ), …