Mutineers in Ivory Coast accept deal to end revolt
In this edition: Mutineers in Ivory Coast accept a deal to end their revolt; the UN says it needs more than $1 billion to deal with the flow of refugees fleeing South Sudan; and we look back at Mobutu's rule, 20 years after his fall from power.
Mutinying soldiers in the Ivorian city of Bouake cleared out from the streets this Tuesday after accepting a deal to end their protest over an outstanding payoff from the government.
Also, aid workers say that an appeal for funds to help tackle Africa’s biggest refugee crisis has fallen far short of the $1.2 billion target needed to help the millions fleeing South Sudan.
And 20 years since the vainglorious leader of DR Congo was forced from power, we take a look back at Mobutu’s notorious reign.