Sudan's warring generals agree to extend three-day truce
In tonight's edition: Sudan's rival generals agree to extend a fragile truce for another 72 hours. Meanwhile, citizens continue to flock to the country's borders to escape the violence. We're joined by a Franco-Sudanese evacuee, who's just arrived in France. Also, the US postpones its meeting over HIV and AIDS in Uganda over Yoweri Museveni's looming anti-LGBT bill, this as the president asks parliament to tone down the legislation. Plus, residents of DR Congo's eastern village of Bunagana fear going home after escaping violence between the Congolese army and M23 rebels.
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