Ban on Nairobi minibuses kicks in, creating chaos for commuters
In tonight's edition: Burundi's former president Pierre Buyoya says he's the victim of a smear campaign by the current government after an arrest warrant is issued against him. He is accused of playing a role in the assassination of Melchior Ndadaye, who was president in 1993. Also, a ban on Nairobi's Matatu minibuses kicks in, creating chaos for thousands of commuters. And UNICEF warns malnutrition is worsening in Central African Republic, with children acutely affected.