Cuba’s Coastal Regions - Facing a Changing World
Almost 60 years of US economic embargoes and political isolation and a lack of heavy industry and agricultural chemicals have left Cuba’s environment largely untouched. But now biologists at the island’s environmental agency are rushing to protect its pristine natural treasures from the inevitable avalanche of tourism as it opens to the modern world.
News in Review
The Motor Magazine
World premiere in a rival’s backyard - the Audi e-tron in San Francisco. Rock solid - Volvo’s new XC60. Quantity and quality - the new VW Touareg. And a road trip: from Budapest to Vienna in a Subaru Levorg.
No Entry - Europe’s Border in Africa
Europe’s governments are breathing a sigh of relief as the number of refugees arriving from Africa falls. But at what price? Reporter Shafagh Laghai traces the new wall across Africa, built by the European Union. Her journey begins in Mali, where the mission of the Bundeswehr, Germany’s Armed Forces, is not just to combat terrorism but also to prevent migration.