Sudanese still await aid on day two of tense ceasefire

In tonight's edition: It's day two of a tense truce in Sudan and war-torn communities are still waiting for increased humanitarian aid. Also, Senegal is in for a tense wait for the verdict in the rape trial of opposition leader Ousmane Sonko, as prosecutors push for a ten-year prison term. And decades of conflict and shoddy infrastructure have left Central African Republic with a thoroughly unreliable power grid, as only 10 percent of the population has access to electricity.

Sudanese still await aid on day two of tense ceasefire
In tonight's edition: It's day two of a tense truce in Sudan and war-torn communities are still waiting for increased humanitarian aid. Also, Senegal is in for a tense wait for the verdict in the rape trial of opposition leader Ousmane Sonko, as prosecutors push for a ten-year prison term. And decades of conflict and shoddy infrastructure have left Central African Republic with a thoroughly unreliable power grid, as only 10 percent of the population has access to electricity.

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