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Kenyans are mourning veteran TV journalist Rita Tinina who was found dead at her home in the capital, Nairobi, on Sunday.
The European Union and Egypt have signed a €7.4bn Her colleagues at NTV channel said she was expected to be on duty on Sunday but failed to show up, prompting a wellness check in her house where she was found unconscious.
($8bn; £6.3bn) agreement A police report said no physical injuries were found on her body.
aimed at boosting cooperation in trade and security, as well as trying to stem Tinina's sister told the police that the journalist was epileptic and had been suffering severe fever in the past week.
the flow of migrants into Europe. The long-serving TV journalist was known for her captivating news features, some of which left the country gripped.
The deal upgrades the EU's relationship with Egypt to a President William Ruto eulogised her on X:
strategic partnership. Kenyans on social media say they will miss her skilful scriptwriting and wordplay, while her colleagues have mourned her as a hardworking and reliable journalist.
Grants, loans and other funds are due to be delivered "Her passing leaves a void in the industry, yet her legacy of storytelling and integrity will endure," opposition leader Raila Odinga posted on X.
over the next three years to support Egypt's faltering economy. Information Minister Eliud Owalo described Tinina's contributions to journalism as "invaluable".
The country’s ongoing financial crisis has prompted an
increasing number of Egyptians to try to cross to Europe, mainly via Libya, since
the authorities have largely closed down the route from Egypt's north coast.
Egypt committed to curbing irregular migration to Europe.
"This shall encompass tackling the root-causes through development-focused solutions and improving regular migration routes, Egypt's President Abd el-Fattah al-Sisi said.
The EU has in the past signed similar deals with other African countries that act as popular routes for irregular migration to Europe, including Tunisia, Libya and Mauritania.
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