(From BBC News)
A memorial Mass has been celebrated in the southern French town of Trèbes, in honour of four victims killed by an Islamist gunman on Friday.
Police officer Lt-Col Arnaud Beltrame, who died saving the lives of hostages in a supermarket siege, will also be honoured in a separate national memorial in Paris in coming days. He has been hailed as a hero after trading places with a captive.
It was the worst jihadist attack under Emmanuel Macron’s presidency.
The gunman, 25-year-old Redouane Lakdim, had been on an extremist watchlist and was known to authorities as a petty criminal, but intelligence services had determined he did not post a threat. He was shot dead by police.