South Sudanese troops accused of rape, murder of aid workers in court
In tonight's edition, South Sudanese troops accused of rape and murder during attack on Terrain Hotel appear in court, 50 years on people living in Biafra mark the anniversary of the civil war with a stay at home protest and Kenyatta inaugurates a new train line in Mombasa.
In South Sudan, thirteen soldiers appeared before a military court on Tuesday accused of raping five foreign aid workers and killing a local man.
People in the city of Onitsha in Nigeria mark the 50th anniversary of the end of a bloody civil war with a stay at home protest from the many there still calling for a separate Biafran state.
Kenya biggest infrastructure project since independence is almost on track. The train line connects Mombasa to Nairobi and strengthens China's investment in Africa.