Kenyan doctors jailed over prolonged strike
In tonight's edition: several doctors are jailed in Kenya, the UN warns South Sudan has become Africa's worst refugee crisis and we take a look at Cervantes's escape to Algeria, where he lived in a cave.
Several doctors are sent to jail in Kenya, after months of strikes continue in defiance of a court order.
Also, the UN raises the alarm over the growing number of people fleeing conflict in South Sudan. Standing at more than 1.5 million, it’s become the continent's worst refugee crisis.
And the story behind the story. We head to Algeria to take a look at the cave where the author of "Don Quixote" hid from slavers, a cubby hole that allowed Miguel de Cervantes to go on to write the classic wanderers’ tale.