South Sudan rebel leader says latest peace deal is 'questionable'
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On his first full day in Addis Ababa, Barack Obama pulls Ethiopia up on its human rights record but praises its ally for its role in putting pressure on Somali al Shabaab militants. Obama also meets with regional leaders for talks on South Sudan's ongoing civil war. We hear from rebel chief Riek Machar on his thoughts about the most recent peace proposal. And Tunisian tourism is in tatters a month after the fatal attack in Sousse that killed dozens of holidaymakers.