The trade in sea cucumbers and camels which links Islam and Australian Aborigines
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Fathering 98 Children, the "Foundling Baby", and saving Africa's vinyl
Why does movement move us?
New research shows that moving up or down in society can still take hundreds of years.
Could Bayesian statistics help find Flight MH370?
New evidence to support the Big Bang theory for the origin of the Universe
Why social media has been so widely adopted in Turkey
Why the rich just keep getting richer and the poor keep getting poorer
The lives of Sri Lanka's women, documented through their stories of war, tsunami and loss
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
We examine the cost of obesity and the different policies aimed at cutting it down.
Is free will unique to humans or a biological trait that evolved over time?
Fifty years after the coup, Brazil is dealing with the legacy of its long dictatorship
Tuesday 25 March 2014