EU pledges support for migrant camps in Libya
As the EU agrees a deal with Libya to stop migrants coming to Europe, a UN rapporteur tells us that the war-torn country is the last place with which the EU should co-operate.
As the European Union agrees a deal with Libya to stem the flow of migrants across the Mediterranean, a UN rapporteur François Crépeau, tells us that the war-torn is the last place on earth with which the EU should co-operate. Also: Barney Frank architect of the financial regulations designed to avert another banking crisis on President Trump's move to scrap the law. Alastair Leithead reports from Kenya where land invasions by herdsmen have targeted farms and wildlife reserves. And 'culture wars' in the age of Trump.
Picture: migrants on a boat during rescue operations in the Mediterranean Sea, off the Libyan coast.
Credit: EPA/MARINA MILITARE.