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Russian Energy Minister says Moscow would cut gas to Ukraine on Tuesday or Wednesday.
A $160bn deal has been struck to create the world's biggest pharmaceutical company
EU ministers discuss tightening the borders of the passport-free Schengen area
We meet some of southern Vietnam's young entrepreneurs supporting internet start-ups.
A special programme live from Ho Chi Minh, southern Vietnam.
Anxiety still stalks Europe as two international matches cancelled due to terror fears
How far can normal life, and business, resume in Paris after the horrors of the attacks?
Special BBC coverage of a series of gun and bomb attacks in the French capital.
Union Investment calls on VW to appoint a CEO and chairman from outside the company.
The firm will build new data centres in Germany to shield customers from US surveillance
How the Philippines is positioning itself as the call centre capital of the world
We meet farmers in the Philippines struggling with an increasingly hostile climate.
The US president said the oil pipeline would not have served US "national interests".
Egypt's tourism industry voices concern about the aftermath of the Sinai plane crash
We ask what the impact will be on Egypt's tourism industry and wider economy
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou to meet China's Xi Jinping in Singapore on Saturday.
The Russian airline whose plane crashed in Egypt blames an 'external influence'
Efforts to end Syria's civil war have been ramped up by world powers including Iran.
Men wielding swords and knives have attacked people at an opposition rally in Myanmar.
FIFA's suspended president Sepp Blatter suggests the 2018 World Cup vote was rigged.
A compromise budget deal is done to increase spending by $80 billion.
Eating processed meats causes cancer says the World Health Organisation
The strongest hurricane ever recorded is bearing down on Mexico's Pacific coast.
The Chinese premier has dinner with the Queen as he begins his three day visit to the UK.