Can Greece Secure a New Debt Deal?
Greece's finance minister, Euclid Tsakalotos, is hoping to secure a provisional agreement with creditors for another installment of the country's 85 billion euro bailout by today. We hear from Yannis Palaiogos at the Kathermirini newspaper in Athens.
Prince Charles has helped broker a deal aimed saving some of Africa's forests. The aim is to persuade cocoa farmers in Ivory Coast and Ghana not to chop down trees in order to create new farming land. Rick Scobey, the President of World Cocoa Foundation explains the details.
The world's largest science, technology, engineering and maths competition is looking for sponsorship. The International Science and Engineering fair has been running for 70 years; for the last fifteen of those, it's been sponsored by Intel but the company's decided to move on. We hear from Intel's former boss, Craig Barratt.
Up to a quarter of jobs in West Africa are said to be linked to the fishing industry. But rising global demand for fish has made African waters a magnet for fleets from around the world and many of them are fishing illegally. A charity, Sea Shepherd runs ships that track down illegal fishing vessels and we hear from the BBC's Russell Padmore who linked up with the captain of the Bob Barker, Peter Hammarstadt, off the coast of Liberia:
Plus we hear from regular markets guest Michael Hughes.
Photo description: Tourists visit the Parthenon temple on the Acropolis hill, in downtown Athens
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