Here’s Peninah Karibe with our bulletin this hour.
*Rwanda has welcomed in a group of migrants who were stranded in Libyan camps. 66 migrants arrived in Kigali overnight as part of an agreement between the Rwandan government, the UNHCR and the African Union.
*Morocco announces it is making serious headway in the fight against HIV. Campaigners are now worried about losing funding because anti-HIV efforts have been so successful. However, people with HIV say the social stigma still remains.
*Zimbabwe's government has finally relented to the wishes of the Mugabe family and will allow former president Robert Mugabe to be buried in his home district instead of National Heroes Acre.