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  2. Nairobi - Wikipedia

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    Nairobi is the African Great Lakes region's sporting centre. The premier sports facility in Nairobi and generally in Kenya is the Moi International Sports Centre in the suburb of Kasarani. The complex was completed in 1987, and was used to host the 1987 All Africa Games. The complex comprises a 60,000 seater stadium, the second largest in the ...

  3. Karen, Kenya - Wikipedia

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    Karen is a suburb of Nairobi in Kenya, lying south-west of Nairobi central business district. The suburb of Karen borders the Ngong Forest and is home to the Ngong Racecourse. Karen and Langata jointly form a somewhat isolated area of mid to high-income residents.

  4. Westgate shopping mall attack - Wikipedia

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    On 21 September 2013, four masked gunmen attacked the Westgate shopping mall, an upscale mall in Nairobi, Kenya. There are conflicting reports about the number killed in the attack, since part of the mall collapsed due to a fire that started during the siege.

  5. Nairobi–Malaba Standard Gauge Railway - Wikipedia

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    The Nairobi–Malaba Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) is a standard-gauge railway that connects Kenya's capital city of Nairobi to Malaba, at the international border with Uganda. The Nairobi–Malaba SGR is expected to connect to other standard gauge railways in Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan and eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo ...

  6. List of shopping malls in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    Nairobi Metropolitan Region. Nairobi Metropolitan region comprises Nairobi, Kiambu, Machakos, Kajiado and parts of Murang'a County. Nairobi County

  7. Water supply and sanitation in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    Water supply. Estimates from the Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP) show that 58% of Kenyans (83% in urban areas and 50% in rural areas) had access to at least basic drinking water sources in 2015. 22% of Kenyans (45% in urban areas and 14% in rural areas) are reported as having access to piped water through a house or yard connection.

  8. Kenya Colony - Wikipedia

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    In this way, Kenya became an independent country under the Kenya Independence Act 1963, which established the "Dominion of Kenya", with Queen Elizabeth II as head of state. Mzee Jomo Kenyatta was the first prime minister. On 26 May 1963, Kenya had its first elections and a new red, green, black and white flag was introduced.

  9. Geography of Kenya - Wikipedia

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    Kenya's terrain is composed of low plains that rise into central highlands that are, in turn, bisected by the Great Rift Valley. There is also a fertile plateau in the west of the country. Elevation extremes. The lowest point on Kenya is at sea level on the Indian Ocean. The highest point on Kenya is 5,197 meters above sea level at Mount Kenya.