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The programme director is introducing four of Nelson Mandela's grandchildren.
He says that Mandela had 19 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
The two French soldiers who died in Central African Republic, have been identified as marine paratroopers from the 8th Regiment based in Castres.
They died when they came under attack during an overnight patrol, French parliament speaker Claude Bartolone told reporters.
"They were injured and quickly brought to a surgical unit, but unfortunately could not be saved," he said.
According to one peacekeeper in Bangui, a rebel commander was harassing people, who called the French to come and help them.
"They came and tried to disarm the Seleka but gunfire erupted," he said.
After the region was hit with a severe storm surge last week, a wildlife centre in Kings Lynn say they're now in crisis with hundreds of injured seals needing rehabilitation.
The East Winch Wildlife Centre are asking visitors to the area to not interfere with the pups and to allow the colony to recover naturally. Staff at the centre are urging for help and donations, as they're now at full capacity.
A search has been launched to find a botanist who has been missing in Vietnam for more than five weeks. Jamie Taggart, from Argyll and Bute in Scotland, failed to return from a plant-hunting trip to the northern mountainous region earlier this month.
Inquiries by his family revealed that the 41-year-old had not been seen since November 2, when his rucksack and passport were found at a guest house in the town of Sapa.
Andrew Mlangeni, who spent many years on Robben Island with Nelson Mandela, is leading a tribute to the late president.
He says he is "overjoyed by outpouring of love and admiration" for his late friend.
"Madiba is looking down on us now and, there is no doubt, smiling as he watches his beloved countrymen and women unite to celebrate his life".
South African president Jacob Zuma received a mixed reception as he arrived in the FNB stadium for Nelson Mandela's memorial.
Boos and cheers could be heard from the crowd as Zuma took his seat for the service.
US President Barack Obama's motorcade is on the move heading towards the Nelson Mandela memorial service:
President Obama's motorcade is rolling to FBN stadium now for the memorial service.
Quick shot of the Beast as the 'cade began to roll to the Mandela Memorial. People outside the hotel cheered. http://t.co/joAcCIHIkB
Women who were sold faulty PIP breast implants took to Twitter to express their feelings after a court in Marseille sentenced Jean-Claude Mas, the founder of the French company accused of selling the implants, to four years in prison.
Jean Claude Mas founder of PIP breast implants. GUILTY..4 YEARS AN MORE CHARGES TO COME!! Justice served!!!
Great privilege to be representing the Labour Party at the Nelson Mandela memorial on behalf of so many who were integral to his struggle.