Opposition disrupts Zuma's State of the Union speech
Protesters take to the streets as South African president Jacob Zuma is heckled by opposition lawmakers during his State of the Union speech.
Also, the crimes against humanity trial of former Chadian dictator Hissene Habre wraps up with the verdict due on May 30.
And almost 200 Nigerian Shiites face firearms charges. They plead not guilty and say the clashes with troops that landed them in court were part of a campaign of persecution by authorities.
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