Daily Archives: July 1, 2015

Last week saw the second deadly attack on Western tourists in Tunisia in four months, dealing a severe blow to the industry that is the country’s economic mainstay. Siona Jenkins is joined by Erika Soloman and Roula Khalaf to discuss what the government can do to tackle the jihadi threat.


Ignazio Marino, the Mayor of Rome, is fighting for his political life, as details emerge of an immense corruption scandal reaching right into the heart of the Eternal City. Does he deserve to be nudged out of office? Leaf Arbuthnot asks James Politi, FT Rome Bureau Chief, to explain.


In the third episode of the Simandou saga, FT investigations correspondent Tom Burgis reveals how BSG Resources lost its multi-billion dollar iron ore rights in Guinea, and its attempt to fight back.

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