In tonight's edition: at least 65 people die in a landfill collapse in Ethiopia; Ivorians mark the sombre one-year anniversary of the beach attack in Grand Bassam; and the Jalada Mobile Literary and Arts Festival travels to Kisumu in Kenya.
Ethiopian rescue teams continue the search for survivors after a massive rubbish dump collapsed, killing at least 65 people. Officials warn the death toll could rise. Meanwhile, anxious relatives await news of their loved ones.
Also, mourners in Ivory Coast mark one year on from the terror attack at the popular Grand-Bassam beach resort which claimed 19 lives. We bring you a report from our team on the ground.
And celebrating cross-cultural interchange: East Africa's travelling book festival "Jalada" is in Kenya to promote literary traditions from across the region.