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  2. 1998 United States embassy bombings - Wikipedia

    Memorial park at the site of the embassy in Nairobi, 2007 In response to the bombings, President Bill Clinton ordered Operation Infinite Reach , a series of cruise missile strikes on targets in Sudan and Afghanistan on August 20, 1998, announcing the planned strike in a prime time address on U.S. television.

  3. Mount Kenya - Wikipedia

    Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. The highest peaks of the mountain are Batian (5,199 metres or 17,057 feet), Nelion (5,188 m or 17,021 ft) and Point Lenana (4,985 m or 16,355 ft).

  4. San Diego Zoo Safari Park - Wikipedia

    The San Diego Zoo Safari Park, originally named the San Diego Wild Animal Park until 2010, is an 1,800 acre (730 ha) zoo in the San Pasqual Valley area of San Diego, California, near Escondido. It is one of the largest tourist attractions in San Diego County. The park houses a large array of wild and endangered animals including species from ...

  5. Victor Wanyama - Wikipedia

    National team caps and goals correct as of 15 November 2020 Victor Mugubi Wanyama ( Kenyan English : [wɑˈɲɑːmɑ] ( listen ) ; born 25 June 1991) is a Kenyan professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Major League Soccer club CF Montréal .

  6. Raila Odinga - Wikipedia

    Raila Amolo Odinga (born 7 January 1945) is a Kenyan politician who served as the Prime Minister of Kenya from 2008 to 2013. He is assumed as the Leader of Opposition in Kenya since 2013 as the New Constitution of Kenya does not prescribe for such a position.

  7. Bangladesh national cricket team - Wikipedia

    BCB appointed Russell Domingo as the head coach for the national team for a 2-year contract on 17 August 2019. In his first assignment as coach Bangladesh lost to Afghanistan in one-off Test match at Chittagong in September 2019. [293]

  8. The Fellowship (Christian organization) - Wikipedia

    The home was once surrounded by cedar trees and so was renamed Cedars. It is a historic landmark house and is situated adjacent to a commemorative recreational county park, once the homestead of writer C. F. Henry. Coe has described Cedars as a place "committed to the care of the underprivileged, even though it looks very wealthy."

  9. Soweto - Wikipedia

    The National Party won the general election of 1948 and formed a new government. The party's policy was called apartheid, the Afrikaans word meaning separateness. They thought they could separate the various racial groups in South Africa. In those days, the Johannesburg City Council did not support the National Party.