Kenya's high court upholds laws criminalising same-sex relations
In tonight's edition: Kenya's high court refuses to abolish laws criminalising homosexuality. The colonial-era laws make same-sex relations punishable by up to 14 years in jail. Also, as former South African president Jacob Zuma faces accusations of corruption, a potentially crucial witness he claimed was dead reappears, alive, in Europe. And as the Cannes Film Festival comes to an end this weekend, we take a closer look at African representation on the French Riviera these past ten days.