Kenya's high-profile Standard newspaper is back in print after police stormed its printing press early on Thursday morning.
During the raid masked, armed men burnt thousands of copies of Thursday's edition of The Standard.
Their actions provoked local and international condemnation and demonstrators marched in protest about the raid and a similar one on Kenya Television Network (KTN).
Crowds gathered outside The Standard's offices to listen to opposition MPs denounce the raids, which the government says were intended to protect state security.
Three top Standard journalists have been charged with publishing alarming statements after writing a political story, which the government said was false.
During Thursday's early-morning operation, armed police officers guarded the employees of The Standard.
They watched through the gates as thousands of newspapers were dragged into the yard and set alight.
Afterwards Standard employees discovered the men had broken the printing presses. KTN was off air for 12 hours and began broadcasting again at 1100GMT on Thursday.
Kenyans have been shocked by the unprecedented move and by the words of Internal Security Minister John Michuki: "If you rattle a snake, you must be prepared to be bitten by it."