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Food, Water and Extreme Temperatures Worry Leaders

Worries over global food and water supply will dominate the World Food Summit in Copenhagen

Worries over global food and water supply will dominate the World Food Summit in Copenhagen. The BBC's Victoria Craig reports on how things are made worse with extreme temperatures around the globe - and why rising food prices and pressures on farmers are symptoms. The UK Prime Minister Theresa May is on her third and final day visiting Africa, ending in Kenya. We get the latest on the ground to find out more about the trading relationship between the two. Should you be allowed time off if your pet dies? A new study in the UK backs the idea. We hear from the public and a pet bereavement specialist. And finally, gay dating app Grindr may be ready to place on the stock exchange. It's a big move - we look at the gay dating market across the world in an industry that has been massively overhauled because of technology: attraction.

(Image: A Guatemalan woman sells fruits at the Chichicastenango Market. Photo by: Kobby Dagan / VW Pics / UIG via Getty Images)

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