September 19th, 2016
Episode 830 of 1091 episodes
The UN is hosting a summit of world leaders to discuss migrants and refugees. We find out more from Richard Danziger from the International Organisation of Migration in Dakar, Senegal, and Nicoletta Pirozzi from the Italian think-tank the Istituto Affari Internazionali. Also in the programme, Kenya and Somalia are in court to discuss who owns 100,000 square kilometres of sea bed, and any oil and gas that might be underneath. Timothy Walker is a maritime border conflict expert at South Africa's Institute for Security Studies, and assesses the prospect of an amicable deal being reached. Printer giant HP has issued a software update that prevents some of its printers from working with unbranded ink cartridges. The BBC's Zoe Kleinman fills us in on the details. There have been protests in Ireland at plans to make people pay for water. Diarmaid Fleming reports from Dublin. Plus Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times assesses what the declared reading lists of CEOs tell us about the super-rich these days. (Picture: Refugee life jackets on display in New York. Picture credit: EPA.)
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