Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed receives Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo
In tonight's edition: Ethiopia's Prime Minister receives the Nobel Peace Prize. In his acceptance speech, Abiy Ahmed dedicated the award to "those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the cause of peace." Also, an Algerian court convicts two former prime ministers of corruption. The allies of longtime former president Abdelaziz Bouteflika were handed hefty jail sentences. And the famous Victoria Falls runs dry. The worst drought in a century has reduced the natural wonder to a trickle of its usual self.