Amnesty International probes Nigerian military
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Nigeria's new president visits Niger in a bid to whip up more support and coordination for a regional operation against Boko Haram. Meanwhile, Amnesty International accuses his military of deliberately killing suspects arrested as part of its fightback efforts. Also, South Africa's sports minister refuses to join the global rejoicing over Sepp Blatter's decision to quit as FIFA chief. And one little boy in Uganda is hoping to get a step closer to independence with a new kind of prosthetics.
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