company sanofi. they say that an anti-epilepsy drug is responsible for their children's physical and mental problems. but the drug company insists, "we have fulfilled our duty of care." more on this is coming up later in the show. muslims are the majority in bosnia and herzegovina, and they live in harmony alongside christians and jews. this multicultural society with its modern take on islam, in which few muslim women wear a headscarf and men and women pray together in mosques, is often called a model of diversity, a beacon for europe. but, with a recent influx of islamic extremists -- the return of hundreds of young bosnian men who fought for the islamic state in syria -- the peaceful climate is now under threat. reporter: ramadan -- for muslims, the fasting period. as imam, sadrudin iseric leads the afternoon prayer at the central mosque in sarajevo, the capital of bosnia and herzegovina. the imam is one of the country's most influential religious leaders. people listen to him, especially in times of crisis. following the many attacks by radical islamists in europe, he is all the
pharmaceutal company sanofi. they say that an anti-epilepsy drug is responsible for their children's physical and mental problems. but the drug companynsists, "we have fulfilled our duty of care."
is floating out of this company in particular. i will double check some details around that. sanofi, as well. run, as well. happeningesting moves within the drug sector this morning. we are seeing the stories surrounding the potential management changes. let's stay in the u.k.. they have acknowledged that it will have to pay money to the eu on its departure. theresa may is under pressure to reach a deal on the brexit bill. that's one of the key areas. now, to investment officer at royal london asset management. guest: good morning, guy. guy: how would you say brexit and the negotiations are going? we look at every round of negotiations and say, the eu wants this, the eu says they will not want this. boris johnson talks about whistling. it looks like everybody is whistling on the same tune. it looks like we are wondering down the ecj taking place. is this realism? is this pragmatism about what is coming up, or is it a folding of the deck chairs? yvonne: there is an element -- guest: there is an element of recognizing that after we leave the european union, you have to try to put some
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