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Belize's amazing biodiversity attracts growing numbers of visitors every year. But as Alexa Dvorson reports, Belize faces crucial choices: to promote its natural heritage and earn revenue from ecotourism, or allow foreign investors to clear land for wide-scale agriculture in a bid to reduce poverty.
Toyota is recalling 5.8 million cars worldwide over potentially deadly airbag inflators made by supplier Takata. Among the cars affected are the popular Corolla and Yaris models. And this might prove to be just the tip of the iceberg. Other carmakers - among them Daimler, VW and Fiat - installed the same component.
Italy's economy is struggling. And that's hitting young people hardest. Since the start of the economic crisis in 2008, youth unemployment in Italy has almost doubled. The social ramifications are vast and manifold. From Rome, Tassilo Forchheimer has more. Charlotta Lomas presents this report.
Unemployment rates in Kenya are at an all-time high, currently standing at around 40 percent. Among young people, that rate is even higher. As our reporter Andrew Wasike found out, even if you get a university degree, you'll have a very hard time finding an office job. He met university graduates who took the initiative and are now making money with refreshingly simple business ideas.
Worldwide, women only earn 59% of what men do. At that rate, economic parity won't come until 2186. Iceland, Finland and Norway are in the lead with over 80%. Economic parity could be acheived there in under 50 years. Although the situation has gotten better over the past ten years, there is still a long way to go.