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April 17, 2018
French Police 'Hero' Dies
A police officer who swapped himself for a hostage being held by a suspected Islamist gunman in France has died of his injuries. His cousin pays tribute to him.
Also in the programme: protesters gather in the United States to call for stricter gun laws; the first non-stop flight between Europe and Australia takes to the air; and can autonomous automobiles be programmed to make moral decisions about who lives and dies?
(Picture: Lt-Col Arnaud Beltrame, 44, died after helping to bring the siege to an end. Credit: EPA)
A French policeman who swapped places with a hostage during an Islamist attack is fighting for his life in hospital. The gunman is dead.
Also in the programme: We profile President Trump's new national security advisor, John Bolton. And we hear about the challenging composer, whose work has been chosen to mark Iceland's century of independence.
(Photo: French National Gendarmerie Intervention. Credit: AFP)
Several Dead in French Hostage Situation
A man has taken a hostage in the town of Trèbes, southern France. Three people are believed to be dead.
Also in the programme: John Bolton is to become the new US national security advisor and the changing face of the spy business.
Picture: French gendarmes block access to Trèbes, where a man took hostages at a supermarket on March 23, 2018 in Trèbes, southwest France. Credit: AFP/Getty Images
President Trump Announces China Tariffs
The US plans to impose tariffs on about $50bn in Chinese goods and limit the country's investment in the US in retaliation for years of alleged intellectual property theft.
Also in the programme: Syrian rebels and their families have begun leaving Syria's Eastern Ghouta, and meet the 106-year-old driver who has no plans to hand over her licence.
Picture: U.S. President Donald Trump is flanked by members of the business community as he holds up a signed presidential memorandum. Credit: Mark Wilson/Getty Images.