Kenya starvation cult leader goes on trial on terrorism charges

In tonight's edition: the man accused of orchestrating the deaths in the notorious Shakahola forest massacre appears in court on terror charges. The bodies of hundreds of followers of self-appointed religious leader Paul Mackenzie have been dug up from the Kenyan wilderness. Also, US troops pull out from their base in Niger's capital, completing a key phase in their total withdrawal from the country that was ordered by the military junta. Plus, hundreds of thousands of families in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado region continue to struggle daily with the aftermath of an underreported conflict. We hear from one of the UN chiefs trying to improve the conditions of the millions of displaced.

Kenya starvation cult leader goes on trial on terrorism charges
In tonight's edition: the man accused of orchestrating the deaths in the notorious Shakahola forest massacre appears in court on terror charges. The bodies of hundreds of followers of self-appointed religious leader Paul Mackenzie have been dug up from the Kenyan wilderness. Also, US troops pull out from their base in Niger's capital, completing a key phase in their total withdrawal from the country that was ordered by the military junta. Plus, hundreds of thousands of families in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado region continue to struggle daily with the aftermath of an underreported conflict. We hear from one of the UN chiefs trying to improve the conditions of the millions of displaced.