In tonight's edition: Ethiopia’s government declares an immediate, unilateral ceasefire in its Tigray region after nearly eight months of conflict as Tigrayan forces occupy the regional capital of Mekele. Also, ministers from over 40 countries meet in Rome to address the jihadist threat on the African continent. This comes as reports of Boko Haram pledging allegiance to rival group ISWAP cause concern in Nigeria, although some analysts remain sceptical, seeing it as convenient propaganda.
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