Nigerian crackdown on Shiite group sparks fears of escalation
Nigeria's capital Abuja sees another day of violence. Shiite protesters accuse police of having shot dozens of people, while security forces say only three died in Monday's clashes. Also, South Sudanese rebels say their leader will be heading back to the capital Juba this week in order to seal a peace deal aimed at ending almost five years of brutal civil war. And a new law in Morocco gives domestic workers new contract terms that should help protect them from exploitation.