Somalia's president asks Al Shabaab to lay down their weapons
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In tonight's edition: the new Somali president asks Al Shabaab to lay down their weapons, judges rule South Africa's planned exit of the ICC unconstitutional and displaced people in South Sudan suffer from untreated psychological disorders.
Come live the good life: Somalia’s new leader offers an olive branch to Al Shabaab militants on his inauguration. Mohamed Abdhullahi Mohamed says extremists should put down their weapons.
Also, a South African court throws up a hurdle to the government's plans to leave the International Criminal Court. Judges rule the planned exit as being unconstitutional unless it happens with parliament's backing.
And victims of South Sudan's civil war bear psychological scars as deep as some of the physical trauma they've lived through. Our correspondent speaks to some of those hiding out in a UN camp in Juba about their struggle to overcome memories of horror.