In tonight's edition: Somalia signs an international security pact with donor countries in London; Libya turns back 500 migrants after an altercation with an NGO ship; and we take you to the "Everyday Africa" exhibition, a celebration of the little moments that make a great continent.
A wounded country in the process of being healed: at a conference in London, Mogadishu signs an international security pact aimed at restoring stability to crisis-hit Somalia.
Also, authorities on both sides of the Mediterranean struggle to reign in the violence, abuse and dangers associated with the ever-growing trafficking trade that sees hundreds of migrants risking their lives to try and make it to Europe by sea.
And a photography exhibition in Kenya is making aspects of African life that seldom end up under the spotlight the centre of the attention. "Everyday Africa" is a celebration of the little moments that make a great continent.