World leaders, citizens voice cautious hope on Ethiopia's Tigray truce deal

In tonight's edition: one day after Ethiopia's historic truce agreement, we bring you reactions as Addis Ababa and Tigray look ahead to a renewed path of understanding and cooperation. World powers are now voicing cautious optimism for the country's future, but a long road to recovery lies ahead.

Also, human rights groups have praised the verdict against Liberian strongman Kunti Kamara. The former rebel commander was sentenced in a Paris court to life in prison, after being found guilty of crimes against humanity in Liberia's 1993 civil war.

And are African glaciers set to melt away in our lifetime? A new UNESCO report says that by 2050, it's likely there will be no more snow on Kilimanjaro.


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