How the Catholic Church is emerging from the shadows to help shape a changing Cuba
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Developments in neuroscience and how our understanding of the brain has changed
In the UK, running is increasing in popularity. So why are we running now more than ever?
Do twins really see the world differently from the rest of us?
The most informative, interesting and idiosyncratic statistics of the year
With the confirmation of water on the Red Planet, what next in the hunt for Martian life?
Could 2014 be a less dangerous year for journalists?
Will Peru's success story of rapid economic growth last?
1/4 Economist Jim O'Neill investigates Nigeria's development potential, corruption and crime
Treating young protesters in Tunisia who have set themselves on fire
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
Illegal fishing is big business and it's also a big drain on the economies of West Africa
The mission to rescue the Australian Antarctic Expedition trapped in ice for 10 days
Rob Walker investigates a mysterious death in London’s suburbia
Tuesday 7 January 2014