Iran sits on what are thought to be the world's largest gas reserves, yet can barely supply its own domestic demand. Since the nuclear deal lifted sanctions, the country has sought foreign investment in exploration and infrastructure. But will the hawkish stance of U.S. President Donald Trump put them off? Henry Ridgwell reports from the CWC Iran Gas Conference in Frankfurt, Germany.
Iraqi farmers returning home after their region is liberated from Islamic State find their fields devastated and their agricultural machinery ruined. The destruction of Iraq's agriculture heartland has exacerbated the country's food security problem which began during Saddam Hussein's rule. VOA's Zlatica Hoke reports on efforts to rebuild Iraq's once thriving agriculture.