Hundreds of thousands of Somali refugees have fled Al-Shabab across the border. But in Kenya, they face racial profiling, police searches and the constant threat of repatriation.
Think of ski lifts soaring over a city such as Nairobi or Johannesburg. These cable cars would be built not just for tourists but for everyone, from bankers and cleaners to gardeners and jobless slum-dwellers.
The group’s long-term strategy is to destroy Kenya’s reputation as a safe tourist destination, damaging its economy and weakening its ability to successfully fight terrorism in Somalia.
How the militant Somalia group behind the deadly attack on a Kenyan shopping centre formed, and why it is attacking foreign targets now.
The British are certainly in the dock today, but so are the Kenyan authorities.
Election debates in Kenya may help prevent the horrors of the last election.
Things do not seem to be going to plan for Kenya, which went to war for the first time in its history in mid-October.
Expats can hide behind metal detectors and armed guards, but local people fear for their lives.