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    Kenya

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    Kenya Kenya is a republic of East Africa. It is bordered by the Indian Ocean on the southeast. The capital of Kenya is Nairobi. It is located in the south central part of the country. It has a population of 1.5 million. The National Musum of Kenya, the National Theater and the University of Nairobi are in the city. Kenya has a humid type of climate with little temperature variation from month to month. The average annual temperature along the coast is 27 degrees celcius, but in Kenya Highlands

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    Terrorism in Kenya

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    Terrorism in Kenya Introduction Kenya has been the battlefield of tragic terrorist attacks on western interests twice since 1998 – once in 1998 when the US embassy was attacked and a second time in 2002 when a Israeli-owned Paradise hotel was bombed. In 1980, Jewish-owned Norfolk hotel was attacked by the PLO. Every single attack shared a common thread of irony: the majority of the lives lost were Kenyan, even though the ideology behind the attacks suggests that Kenyan and Kenyans were not

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    Essay On Kenya

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    Kenya is a country located in the continent of Africa. It is believed that people first roamed Kenya more than 2 million years ago. Cushitic migrated from North Africa to Kenya. Although they were one of the first people to migrate to Kenya they have always been a minority. Arabian traders later emerged in Kenya and took over the country quite rapidly. They were searching for ivory, rhino horn, gold, and slaves to trade with other countries. The focal areas of trade within Kenya were Mombasa, Malindi

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    Legacies of Kenya

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    Many different tribal communities inhabited Kenya, during its pre-colonial period. Today there are about 42 different tribes in Kenya who are all different from each other ("Safari in Africa”). The Agikuyu and the Miji Kenda were farmers, the Maasai and the Samburu lived off of livestock, and the majority like the Luo and the Abagusii practiced a mixture of crop cultivation and pastoral work. Subsistence production was the norm and manual labor came from the family. Classes were mostly non-existent

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    Rivers - Kenya

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    Kenya BACKGROUND OF THE COUNTRY OF KENYA Most American knows very little about the Country of Kenya and the people that live there. For the most part, American people get there is an image and what they know about the Country Kenya from the news. The most recent event that occurred in the capital of Kenya, “Nairobi, Somali militants set off two blasts that wounded at least 70 people and at least ten people killed.” (Reported by Drazen Jorgic) Because most American people lack knowledge of the county

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    Life in Kenya

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    Life in Kenya 1. Introduction In the past when I would think of Kenya I would think of wild animals, African tribes, and AIDS. When I met Wanjiku an international student from Kenya she told me many things about the culture of her country. I know from talking and working with her that they value friendship and believe in hard work. The people of Kenya have gone though many changes since gaining their independence in 1963. They now have the freedom of speech and religion. Kenya has also

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    A Study of Kenya

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    A Study of Kenya As one of the many different developing countries in Eastern Africa, Kenya is unique in its own way. With its mangrove swamps, thick forests, crystal lakes, towering mountains, and vast deserts; this is all wrapped up in a country the size of Texas. It attracts millions of visitors in seek for an African Safari which is much appreciated by the government as a source of foreign capitol for this poor region. We will take a look at the history which shaped this country into

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    The Country of Kenya

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    Kenya is located on the eastern coast of Africa. It is approximately 224,960 miles squared and is about the same size as Texas. Kenya had five main geographical regions: Lake Victoria Basin, northern semiarid desert, eastern plateau forelands, Rift Valley and other highlands, and coastal areas. Kenya has two rainy seasons and has an average of 80oF along the coast. There is a tropical climate on the coast and an arid climate in the interior. Nairobi is the capital of Kenya and other major cities

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    Kenya Research Paper

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    “Kenya” Kenya is a shining gem in Africa because of its many exports and interesting clothing style. Due to its very fair government and a past with no civil wars it stands apart from many of the other African countries. Kenya, though a pretty new country, has huge natural landforms and bodies of water, exports flowers to most of the world, and a rich traditional dress and dance culture. . Its unique past and hopeful future show hope to other struggling countries in Africa and the whole world

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    Within Kenya, the colonial period was a pivotal era, as it completely altered the country both in positive and negative ways. The time-honored tribes diminished, while the Christian converts grew. Democracy was born, while crops, with little materials to help them grow, died. Overall, the British colonization of Kenya had a mostly negative impact even though it established a democratic government and left Kenya a more modernized country, it completely destroyed the culture and economy of the native

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