Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.
Beleagured Fifa president Sepp Blatter faces resignation calls from major sponsors.
Internet freedom campaigners in Thailand launch cyber attacks on state run websites.
China introduces drastic new laws to try to stop the rash of food contamination scandals.
Bank of England governor warns that climate change inaction puts global economy at risk.
Oil giant Shell says it is halting its controversial exploratory programme in Alaska
Fifa president Sepp Blatter falls under criminal investigation in Switzerland.
Over 700 Muslim pilgrims die during a stampede at the Hajj in Mecca.
VW's chief steps down - who will take over? Will they be able to save the company?
Central European countries are unhappy about a quota plan to relocate 120,000 migrants.
It follows revelations that the manufacturer cheated on emissions tests.
The military can now fight abroad for the first time since the end of World War Two.
GM will pay out at least $900m in a settlement over faulty ignitions.
Hungarian authorities use tear gas and water cannon as anger breaks out at Serbian border
Europe's migrant crisis deepens as crowds in Serbia are stranded at the Hungarian border.
The migration crisis escalates as EU leaders fail to agree on how to distribute refugees.
More than 100 deaths as a crane collapses on Grand Mosque of Mecca.
What can be done to stop Russia's economy unravelling?
Standard & Poors strips Brazil of its investment-grade credit rating
Lufthansa cancels one thousand flights in two-day pilot strike
An exclusive report from a refugee camp Lebanon's Bekaa Valley.
The economic case for welcoming migrants
In our final programme live from Kolkata, we’re talking about the issue of land reform.
Why Muslims feel discriminated against in India and life as Indian of Chinese descent
A look at the role of women in India's economy.
A special edition live from Delhi looking at the businesses driving India's rapid growth.