Our correspondent in Nigeria brings us the latest on the doctors' strike there which has now been suspended. Also, flooding across western and central Africa has killed over 200 people and affected nearly a million – we find out what's causing it. Finally, we see how the coronavirus pandemic has driven people to return to a local delicacy in Malawi: roasted field mice.
Nigerian doctors on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic go on an indefinite strike. They're demanding more pay and better working conditions. Also, Cameroon's government threatens politicians with jail time if they disrupt upcoming regional elections. The warning comes after President Paul Biya announced the date for the country's first regional vote. And the stage is set for a standoff between Ethiopia's Tigray region and Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. Tigrayans are preparing to vote for a regional parliament, in violation of a federal postponement on elections.
Smelly durian fruit forces evacuation of Bavarian post office. An overwhelming smell coming from a suspicious package at a Bavarian post office caused six workers to be taken to hospital and many more to be evacuated – only for police to discover that durian fruit, and not a dangerous gas, was the reason for the panic.