Sudan's Bashir could face death sentence over role in 1989 coup
In tonight's edition: Sudan's attorney general opens an investigation into the military coup that brought former dictator Omar al-Bashir to power in 1989. Also, as France pays tribute to its soldiers killed last week, Malians accuse their government of not showing the same level of gratitude toward their troops killed in the fight against terrorism. Fifty-four Malians were killed just last month in an attack on an army post. And we head to the floating Nigerian slum city of Makoko, where an NGO is mapping it out for the locals.