Bloodiest Day in Ukraine

Dozens more are killed in Kiev as police marksmen use live ammunition against anti-government demonstrators. The BBC's David Stern reports from Independence Square as international pressure mounts on Ukraine's President Yanukovich.

Nigeria's banking boss is sacked after coming into conflict with President Goodluck Jonathan. We get the inside story from Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.

In Hong Kong, actuary Claus Pearce, talks career paths and aspirations. In Phildelphia, writer and academic, Miya Tokumitsu, tackles the question: Is it better to do what you love or what you're good at? Nigel Sizer of the World Resources Institute introduces the Global Forest Initiative and Jennifer Pak brings us the latest business news from Malaysia.

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