MSF halts work in parts of Ethiopia's Tigray after aid workers killed

In tonight's edition: Doctors Without Borders halts work in parts of Ethiopia's Tigray region after three of its aid workers are killed. We hear how the NGO took the difficult decision. Also, kidnappers who took dozens of children from a boarding school in northern Nigeria this week make contact with a member of the school management, demanding food for the children. And Belgium reexamines its past and starts work to begin returning looted art to DR Congo.

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