Liberia's Supreme Court halts presidential run-off vote amid fraud probe
Liberia's Supreme Court halts Tuesday's presidential run-off over accusations of fraud. The decision throws the country's first democratic transition in seven decades into uncertainty. Also, officials in DR Congo say long-awaited presidential polls will go ahead in December 2018, but opinions remain deeply divided. And the Red Cross reveals that an estimated 6 million dollars of money aimed at fighting Ebola was wasted due to fraud.