Protests turn deadly in Uganda

At least 16 people have been killed in Uganda in a crackdown on protesters calling for the release of presidential candidate Bobi Wine. But first, in Ethiopia, leaders from the Tigray region say a university has been targeted in air strikes by government forces. Also, the head of a South African panel investigating state corruption under Jacob Zuma rejects a bid by the ex-president to have him step aside. And exhausted voters in Burkina Faso are hoping Sunday's presidential election will prompt a return to stability. The country has been marred by jihadist violence for the past five years.