Nigerian hunters help army in fight against Boko Haram
In Nigeria’s northeast, traditional hunters are using their exceptional skills to help soldiers track down Boko Haram fighters. Also, the children of late Angolan rebel leader Jonas Savimbi are taking the makers of a popular video game to court. Finally, the owners of Cairo’s first bike shop hope for a cycling revolution.
We head out into the bush of Nigeria’s northeast to meet the men of the land and who are helping soldiers track down Boko Haram fighters. Our correspondents speak to the traditional hunters whose exceptional skills have become an important tool in the battle against extremism.
Also, in the name of their father, the children of late Angolan rebel chief Jonas Savimbi take the makers of a popular video game to court accusing them of portraying him as a brute and a monster.
Finally, we meet the people behind Cairo's first custom bike shop. They're hoping to encourage people to discover the city on two wheels, avoiding congestion all the while partaking in what is hoped to become a cycling revolution.
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