22 September 2014
India's top newspaper hits back against Bollywood star Deepika Padukone in the latest round of the cleavage tweet controversy.
A Chinese court jails Uighur scholar Ilham Tohti for life for separatism, his lawyer says, in a verdict a rights group calls "deplorable".
Outgoing Afghan President Hamid Karzai uses his last speech in office to warn the new government to beware of the United States.
American Secretary of State, John Kerry, tells North Korea to shut down its prison camps - describing them as an evil system.
New Zealand suspend Aaron Cruden after the fly-half misses their flight to Argentina following a night out drinking.
13 September 2014
The BBC's Andrew North explains that more dams and more reservoirs would mitigate the destruction wrought by unpredictable monsoons.
Bollywood cleavage row shows India's 'crass' side
Will Indian mission enter Red Planet's orbit?
How lasers have revealed an ancient city beneath the forest
Pakistan's militants on back foot but still lethal
The abused dog and the online manhunt
As student boycott begins, the BBC looks at the campaign ahead
Inside a remote rebel camp in Myanmar
Sweetheart playing away? Call Delhi's wedding detective
What the Afghan power-sharing deal means
The men who run with the trains in India
Get ready for the return of Peaky Blinders with this handy recap of series one
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