False Missile Alert Sparks Panic in Hawaii

Residents of Hawaii received a incoming missile alert causing panic before it was declared a false alarm.

Also in the programme: Tunisia's government promises $70 million for the country's poorest families to allay protests, and calls in France to add the baguette to Unesco's list of "intangible heritage".

(Photo: Screenshot taken by the photographer of his cell phone shows messages of emergency alerts on 13 January 2018 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Credit: Eugene Tanner/AFP/Getty Images)

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