Why is there still a migrant crisis in the Mediterranean? So far this year, nearly one hundred thousand people have set off from Libya and travelled in small boats to Italy. More than 2,000 have died.
Although the migrant crisis has shifted back from Greece to Italy, it’s a problem that’s been going on for many years. So why has nobody solved it?
David Aaronovitch hears from a range of experts, including Ms. Tuesday Reitano, Deputy Director of the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime (from min 7.43 to 17.54)