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Will 1998 Bomb Blast Victims Ever Get Justice?
By Julius Otieno An aerial view of the bomb blast area in Nairobi seen in the morning of August 7, 1998 A victim of August 7th 1998 bomb blast prays at the site during the 16th anniversary celebrations. Joseph Simekha who lost his brother after ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago
Kenya: Bomb blast victims, survivors demand compensation
Victims and survivors of the 1998 bomb attack should be recognised as heroes and compensated by the United States Government, a welfare group said yesterday. Speaking at the Bomb Blast Memorial Park where families of the victims and survivors ...
 East African Standard2 weeks ago
US court awards KES 652M to 1998 bomb blast victim
Nairobi - William Maina, who contracted HIV while rescuing victims of the 1998 bomb blast, has been awarded KES 652.5 million compensation. 1998 bomb blast victims get KES 680bn compensation In his testimony in a US court, Maina proved that he ...
 News242 weeks ago
1998 bomb blast survivor gets Sh652m for HIV infection
By MUCHEMI WACHIRA More by A survivor of 1998 bomb blast will get Sh652.5 million ($7.5 million) as damages after he contracted HIV while trying to rescue victims of the terrorist attack. William Maina was digging through the rubble of the US ...
 Daily Nation2 weeks ago
1998 blast victims to be paid Sh600m each
By NATION REPORTER More by Joash Okindo is among several Kenyans who will be compensated after a US court last week released guidelines for payment of victims of the 1998 Nairobi bombing. According to the ruling by United States District judge ...
 Daily Nation2 weeks ago
1998 bomb blast victims get KES 680bn compensation
2014-07-29 10:22 Nairobi - The victims of the 1998 bomb attacks on the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania have been awarded KES 680 billion. The ruling to have the victims of the bomb blast compensated was made last Friday by an American court, ...
 News243 weeks ago
Kenya: Securing Sh700b for US embassy bomb victims not easy, says lawyer
. Lawyers who won the Sh700 billion award for victims of the 1998 bomb attack have conceded the harder part of getting Sudan and Iran to pay up had only started. Gavriel Mairone told The Standard yesterday on phone that "we are closer to our ...
 East African Standard3 weeks ago
East African
$8 billion awarded to 1998 bomb blast victims
An American court has awarded $8 billion to victims of the 1998 attacks on the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. The beneficiaries are all people who were employed by the US government at the time — Kenyans, Tanzanians and Americans. The victims ...
 East African3 weeks ago
Hazardous Duty - Stopping Truck Bombers at Embassies
In 1998, at the U.S. Embassy in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, a crash-rated, moveable barricade prevented the attacker's vehicle from entering the rear compound of the building and, thus, reduced the loss of lives and damage to the facility.
 Security Magazine1 month ago
Bomb victims given Sh680b by US court
By PATRICK MAYOYO More by An American court has awarded Sh680 billion ($8 billion) to victims of the 1998 attacks on the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. The beneficiaries are all people who were employed by the US government at the time ...
 Daily Nation3 weeks ago
The Star (Kenya)
Will 1998 bomb blast victims ever get justice?
Survivors yet to be compensated 16 years later. They are now appealing to President Uhuru to help them seek audience with President Barack Obama. At around 10.30am on August 7, 1998, Douglas Sidiano was driving his Subaru car along Haile ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 week ago

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