South Sudan's Salva Kiir signs peace deal
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South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir signs a peace deal aimed at ending 20 months of brutal civil war, but makes it clear that he has deep reservations about the proposal. Also, ten suspected members of Boko Haram appear in court in Chad, charged with orchestrated suicide attacks in the country. And we take a look at the struggles faced by Sudan's tea ladies. Women who sell the beverage on the roadside complain of being harassed by authorities as they try to make ends meet.