Ethiopia and Tigray forces agree to truce after two years of civil war

In tonight's edition: After two years of fighting, the warring Ethiopian government and Tigrayan forces have agreed to a truce. The critical breakthrough comes just over a week into peace talks in South Africa and marks a turning point in a conflict that has killed thousands and displaced millions. We take a closer look.

Elsewhere, Kenyan forces are deployed to DR Congo, joining up with troops of the East African Community (EAC) in an operation against M23 rebels.

And we meet the man hoping to make the plight of Senegalese migrants more visible, as he rides his bike all the way from Paris to Dakar.

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