Hindia Haji Mohamed, a producer and reporter for state-run radio and TV outlets, was killed last December by a bomb that was planted under the seat of her car.
This is not the first time that jaunty pop music has been used to deliver a chilling propaganda message in the decades-old conflict in the Middle East, however.
Officials trumpeted the arrest of 14 Boko Haram suspects across the country over the last two months, just as the insurgency killed 56 people in a village in Borno State.
An assault on a Kenyan military base by the Somali militant group left two soldiers and 11 al Shabaab fighters dead, including two that were reportedly Caucasian.
In this extra scene, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky encounters a group of bird-watchers, seemingly unfazed by the conflict occurring nearby.
Fawzi al-Odah, who the US government says traveled to Afghanistan to join extremists shortly after 9/11, will enter a rehabilitation center.
Protesters in one Syrian town blamed coalition airstrikes for killing 27 people, including civilians.
The Japanese Foreign Ministry is looking into reports that a Japanese citizen has been abudcted and possibly executed.