In tonight's edition: As peace talks over Ethiopia's war continue in South Africa, Amnesty International accuses all parties in the conflict of abuses and human rights violations. Also, security is top of the agenda for Burkina Faso as its new government gets going with plans to tackle the jihadist insurgency. Finally, fans of Tunisia's blossoming wine industry call for the sector to be opened up to make it more competitive.
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Peace talks under way in South Africa to end Ethiopia’s brutal conflict with Tigray
Ethiopia's Tigray conflict: Warring sides head to South Africa for peace talks
Ethiopian government, Tigray rebels meet for first peace talks since war began