A week's worth of notable TV has been crammed into one very busy night. Let's take it from the top.
Shocking video: In the Central African Republic, an African peacekeeper was gunned down while on an anti-looting patrol. The shooting was caught on tape by a passing news crew. In a separate incident, two French soldiers were killed. Alex Thomson, Channel Four Europe reports. Warning: Some images maybe disturbing.
Some Howard University students weren t even born when Nelson Mandela spoke at the school, but his legacy still resonates at the historically black college. NBC s Kristen Welker reports.
The constant flow of massive cargo ships in the Gulf of Guinea has become a fertile hunting ground for pirates. NBC s Jim Miklaszewski reports.
Al Shabaab was blamed for two bombings in the capital of Uganda two years ago that killed 75 people, and attacks against the government of Somalia. The group has tried to entice westerners to join, but the Somali-American community has made efforts to stop their recruitment. NBC s Pete Williams reports.
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