The Republic of Kenya in Africa borders on Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan, Ethiopia and Somalia to the northeast. Kenya is home to around 45 million people.
A former British colony, it gained independence in 1963. Kenya's economy is the largest by GDP in East and Central Africa. The capital Nairobi serves a regional hub. Agriculture is a major employer; the country traditionally exports tea and coffee as well as fresh flowers to Europe. This page is an automatic compilation of DW content.
We go to the world's first refugee camp that's powered by solar energy - some refugees helped build the plant! We also hear how Beirut's LGBT community is doing after they've received threats for putting on the first gay pride event in the Arab world. And have you tried camel milk? We also talk about how Australia's First Nations people are faring today.
Have you ever tried camel milk? It's supposed to have three times more vitamin C than ordinary cow milk. But that's not the main reason why it's catching on in Kenya: Some farmers in the drought-ridden East African country are keeping camels now, because they are much more drought-resistant than cows.
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At a time when formerly respectable news outlets are being accused of spreading fake news and many young people are professing to getting their news via social media - satire seems to have made a comeback. In Kenya and Zimbabwe, satirists are also casting a critical eye on their governments and their countries. Sella Oneko caught up with some of the continent's most prominent comedians in Nairobi.
In Pulse this week, we'll find out the future of rural areas in Africa, hear how more and more Kenyans are turning to solar power to meet their energy needs, and we'll take look at the issue of skin lightening among school girls in Ghana. All that in this jam-packed edition of Pulse.