In tonight's edition: the UN human rights chief demands an international probe into killings and abuses in central DR Congo, saying at least 42 mass graves have been found there. Also, in Cameroon, thousands demand the release of three students, each sentenced to 10 years in prison for sharing a joke by SMS about Boko Haram. And we take you to Kumawood, Ghana's emerging film industry hub.
The UN human rights chief strongly criticises Kinshasa for failing to properly investigate increasing violence in DR Congo's central Kasai province.
Also, Amnesty International appeals to Cameroon's President Paul Biya to release three students, each sentenced to 10 years in prison for sharing a joke by SMS about Boko Haram.
And finally, Kumawood is the flourishing film industry based in Ghana’s second city, Kumasi. Known as the cultural heartbeat of the country, Kumasi boasts a rich heritage and a revered royal family.