Tens of thousands flee deadly violence in Nigeria's Borno State

Clashes continued on Friday between rebel groups and national forces in the troubled Nigerian state of Borno. As many as 65,000 people have been forced to flee. Also, the UN's humanitarian chief says that sexual violence and starvation are being used as weapons of war in Ethiopia's Tigray region. The conflict has claimed thousands of lives since November and displaced up to 1.7 million people. Finally, satellites and space exploration are a $7 billion industry that's growing across Africa. We talk to the founder of "Space in Africa", Temidayo Oniosun.