What it's like to live near Boko Haram, and the Indonesian police torturing people with a snake
What's it like to live in constant fear, near an armed terrorist group? Our Observer went to northern Cameroon to meet the people who are at risk of attacks from Boko Haram every day. Also, police in Indonesia use a huge snake to terrify a man into confessing. Our Observer says this practice is unfortunately common. And we speak to the man who founded Mali's only school for blind and visually-impaired children, who learn alongside sighted kids.