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Analysts across Europe consider Greece's future with an anti-austerity government
Millions of Greeks are preparing to vote in this weekend's election
As King Abdullah dies, we assess the changes he made to Saudi Arabia
The first round of talks begin in Havana, to thaw relations between the US and Cuba
We preview Obama's announcement on increasing taxes for the rich.
Death of Argentina prosecutor Nisman has 'no outside link'
Brokerage firms go bust after the Swiss Franc's dramatic rise
The Swiss Franc soars as the cap against the Euro is removed
Rumours swirl that Samsung is trying to buy BlackBerry
The UAE's Energy minister has blamed the drop in oil prices US shale producers
Cyber security in the US is under scrutiny as Central Command social media is hacked
More information emerges about the sieges in France
The Sri Lankan President leaves his official residence ahead of election results
The impact on satire, and the world, in light of 12 journalists killed in France
'The Euro story isn't working, and something has to give'.
As another abandoned ship full of would-be migrants reaches Italy, who is profiting?
How our world could change in 2015 and what it might mean for us
Are Russia's economic problems leading to a political crackdown?
We ask why planes continue to remain undetected after going missing.
Renewed clashes over Libya's oil resources as fighting intensifies.
BBC World Service Business Editor Martin Webber takes stock of the year 2014 in business.
Sony says The Interview can be screened in US cinemas despite threats from North Korea
Nicaragua breaks ground on a $50bn canal linking the Pacific and Atlantic oceans
Obama says Sony was wrong to cancel the release of ‘The interview’.