Demonstrators march in eastern DR Congo, a day after regional leaders agreed a deal to end months of attacks by rebels. Protesters say the agreement does not address Rwanda's alleged backing of the M23 rebels. Meanwhile, the rebels themselves are saying the deal does not concern them.
Also, an Algerian court sentences 49 people to death over the lynching of a man who was falsely accused of starting deadly forest fires in August of last year. The country had upheld a moratorium on carrying out death penalties since 1993.
And we take a look at the standoff between the world's biggest cocoa producers and international chocolate giants. This comes amid accusations from Ivory Coast and Ghana that the companies are underpaying for their product.
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