Kenya High Court rules against forced sterilisation of women living with HIV

In tonight's edition: In a landmark ruling, Kenya's High Court recognises that the forced sterilisation of women living with HIV is a violation of their human rights. Also, the ceasefire struck in November between TPLF leaders and the Ethiopian government has seen aid start to trickle back in to the millions displaced by a year of conflict in Tigray. And a repatriation ceremony is held in Abuja as Germany's foreign minister officially hands over stolen Benin bronzes to their homeland.

Kenya High Court rules against forced sterilisation of women living with HIV
In tonight's edition: In a landmark ruling, Kenya's High Court recognises that the forced sterilisation of women living with HIV is a violation of their human rights. Also, the ceasefire struck in November between TPLF leaders and the Ethiopian government has seen aid start to trickle back in to the millions displaced by a year of conflict in Tigray. And a repatriation ceremony is held in Abuja as Germany's foreign minister officially hands over stolen Benin bronzes to their homeland.

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