Sexual abuse in DR Congo: More than 20 women say aid workers offered jobs for sex

In this edition: More than 20 women in eastern DR Congo say they were forced to have sex with counselors sent to their communities to help them deal with an Ebola crisis. We speak to one of the detectives, Robert Flummerfelt. Also in the country, an anti-corruption coalition is warning that DR Congo could lose up to $ 4 billion from shady mining and oil deals with sanctioned Israeli businessman Dan Gertler. And a tomb dating back thousands of years has been discovered in Kenya that has helped to shed light on the cultural evolution of humans.