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The Seabourn Spirit had been bound for Mombasa, Kenya, when it was attacked by pirates armed with grenade launchers and machine guns on Saturday about 100 miles off Somalia's lawless coast. The
Week in review: The most compelling photos from the week's news, July 25-31, 2015, including a possible lead in MH370's disappearance, panda Jia Jia's birthday and a double hand transplant.
A Kenya Wildlife Services ranger stands guard around illegal stockpiles of burning elephant tusks, ivory figurines and rhinoceros horns at the Nairobi National Park on April 30, 2016.
The final episodes of Bourdain at his best take viewers to Indonesia, Kenya and other exotic locales, but as usual, the trip is only as good as the company you're with. With Bourdain leading the
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Last year we introduced Larry Swilling, a S.C. man who wore a sandwich board in a desperate attempt to advertise for a kidney donation for his wife. Steve Hartman catches up with Swilling, and
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A Thai man recovered fully after a 10-foot python slithered through the plumbing of his home and latched its jaws onto his penis as he was using a squat toilet in May 2016.
Kenya barely was around and when she was, it was only to complain about having to take care of her husband like he was a child or to storm into the bathroom and refuse to film with the other women.
The Kenya bombers converted a Toyota Dyna pickup truck into a weapon of mass destruction inside this garage. The FBI estimates the truck was packed with 1,000 pounds of TNT. Agents found traces
Somali pirates have collected more than $150 million in ransoms over the past year, Kenya's foreign affairs minister said Friday, calling on ship owners not to pay when their vessels are hijacked.