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South Africa's prominent anti-apartheid campaigner, Winnie Mandela, has died in Johannesburg after a long illness. She was the former wife of the country's first black president, Nelson Mandela. We reflect on her life but how far was her legacy tainted in later years?
Also in the programme: we'll hear about a dramatic change of tack from the Israeli government when it comes to deporting African migrants; why teachers in the US state of Oklahoma have walked out on strike, despite having a pay-rise voted through; and a Wisconsin ginseng grower reacts to the imposition of Chinese tariffs.
(Photo: Winnie Mandela, photo taken in December 2017. Credit: Getty Images)
China has imposed import taxes on a range of US goods, as fears grow of a trade war between the world's two biggest economies.
Also in the programme: Israel scraps controversial plans to deport African migrants; And how Hill Street Blues creator Steven Bochco changed modern TV.
(Image: US fruit products at a supermarket in Beijing. Credit: EPA/Wu Hong)
Rebel fighters have reportedly accepted a deal to relocate to the north of Syria. This leaves the eastern suburbs of Damascus almost fully under control of the Syrian government.
Also in the programme: Sweden's air tax and French military service
Picture: Syrian civilians hold their national flag in the former rebel-held town of Jobar, recently taken by the regime forces, in Eastern Ghouta, on April 1, 2018 Credit: AFP/Getty.
Pope Francis has urged world leaders to bring about a swift end to the carnage in Syria. In his traditional Easter message to Rome and the world, he said the Syrian people had been worn down by an apparently endless war.
Also in the programme: the first Russian diplomats expelled from the United States have arrived back in Moscow and; ceremonies are taking place in England to mark exactly 100 years since the British RAF became the world's first independent air force.
Picture: Pope Francis delivers the blessing on the balcony of St Peter's basilica in the Vatican. Credit: AFP/Getty Images.
Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh from London were captured in Syria in January. They are accused of being Islamic State members. They've complained they will not get a fair trial because the UK government has stripped them of their citizenship. We hear about the legal complications to bring them to justice.
Also in the programme: The heavyweight title fight of the year, Britain's Anthony Joshua steps into the ring to face New Zealander Joseph Parker. And the funeral of the physicist Stephen Hawking who died two weeks ago.
(Picture:Alexanda Kotey and Shafee Elsheikh handout picture. Credit: Reuters)
Two Britons accused of being Islamic State members have complained they will not get a fair trial.
Also in the programme: Large crowds have attended the first funerals of the 16 Palestinian protesters shot dead by Israeli troops on Friday and; this weekend an unmanned Chinese space laboratory is expected to re-enter the earth's atmosphere.
Picture: Alexanda Kotey (left) and El Shafee Elsheikh were captured by Syrian Kurdish forces. Credit: Reuters