January 26th, 2016
Episode 621 of 1074 episodes
Brazil says it will deploy the army to warn about the risks of the Zika virus. Travel expert Simon Calder tells us how the tourism industry is preparing for the spread of the disease. Also in the programme, fears over iPhone sales have taken a bite out of Apple's share price. We assess the tech giant's health with Brian Blair from Grays Peak Capital, ahead of publication of its latest financial figures. Belgrade has a new central railway station, but despite grand ambitions, it's far from finished. And the BBC's Rebecca Henschke reports from Jakarta on a growing waste management crisis in the city.
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