Lesotho's prime minister inaugurated, two days after wife's murder
Lesotho's new prime minister is inaugurated, two days after his estranged wife was gunned down. It was unclear initially whether the inauguration would go ahead following the murder. Meanwhile, in Tunisia, the debate on the right not to fast during Ramadan heats up after five men are jailed for smoking. And after more than three decades, Paris's Musée Dapper prepares to close its doors. The museum was the first dedicated to African art in the capital - our reporters take a final look.