Greece Shuts Down State Broadcaster

The Greek government is to shut down its state broadcaster in a new effort to save money. We have reactions from Athens - as the economic news for Greece goes from bad to worse. The promise by the European Central Bank to do "whatever it takes" to save the euro is being challenged in Germany's constitutional court today. We get comments from the economics professor who taught the two men arguing over the policy. In France hundreds of flights have been grounded as air traffic controllers protest against plans to create a single European airspace. Plus, a special report from Ivory Coast where Africa's first Palm Oil conference is taking place. Our reporter finds out why it is so important.

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