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Sports: KTN Prime Sports news: Harambee Stars draw with cranes - 23/3/2017

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktn/index.php?videoID=2000124730&story_title=Sports: KTN Prime Sports news: Harambee Stars draw with cranes - 23/3/2017

Sports: Simon Ngige leads Kenyan charge in Kenya Open day one

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktn/index.php?videoID=2000124729&story_title=Sports: Simon Ngige leads Kenyan charge in Kenya Open day one

Sports: Footbal legend JJ Okocha in Kenya for Kenya Open

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktn/index.php?videoID=2000124728&story_title=Sports: Footbal legend JJ Okocha in Kenya for Kenya Open

Sports: Harambee Stars draw 1-1 with Uganda cranes on a friendly match

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktn/index.php?videoID=2000124727&story_title=Sports: Harambee Stars draw 1-1 with Uganda cranes on a friendly match

Business: KTN Prime Business News - IVECO relaunches in Kenya - 23/3/2017

http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktn/index.php?videoID=2000124726&story_title=Business: KTN Prime Business News - IVECO relaunches in Kenya - 23/3/2017

Crazy Monday: First Lady Margaret Kenyatta scoops award in Cape Town

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta has been awarded for her efforts to end maternal and child mortality in Kenya.

Events: NGIGE ON THE RIGHT TRACK: Kenyan golfer begins with the right swing at Kenya Open

Simon Ngige of Thika Sports Club fired four under par 67 to put Kenya on the right path in round one of the Kenya Open that teed off yesterday at the par 71 Muthaiga Golf Club in Nairobi.

Crazy Monday: Uhuru meets Somali President, insists there's no turning back on Dadaab closure

President Uhuru Kenyatta reiterated the resolve of the Government to shut down Dadaab Refugee Camp.

Crazy Monday: Media council and journalists demand arrest of AP officers for assaulting reporter

The media fraternity has demanded the arrest of AP officers in Usenge over alleged assault on Standard Group journalist Isaiah Gwengi and a human rights defender.

Crazy Monday: Attacks on journalists affect quality of reporting

The attack on Siaya-based Standard journalist Isaiah Gwengi has once again brought the fore the level of exposure and vulnerability of journalists in Kenya.