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How can we meet the energy needs of a growing population without creating CO2 emissions?
Russian Energy Minister says Moscow would cut gas to Ukraine on Tuesday or Wednesday.
Sherpa Dawa Tashi was the only one of his group to survive an avalanche on Everest (R)
Tennis player Sania Mirza on celebrity, the objectification of women and females in sport
The online hacking collective Anonymous has declared 'total war' on IS (R)
State of emergency in Tunisia; The Pope's Kenyan outfits; Canada to take Syrian refugees
How serious is the downing of a Russian jet? Pope in Kenya; Malawi's energy saving stoves
How can we meet the energy needs of a growing population without creating CO2 emissions? (R)
Nairobi awaits the Pope's arrival; State of emergency in Tunisia; Shark-tracking drones
Downed Russia jet; Brussels lockdown ends; The man who organised the Pope's Kenya visit
Downing of Russia jet sparks diplomatic flurry; Pope in Kenya; Glimpse into life in Raqqa
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
In the 1990s the Cuban economy came close to collapse after Soviet aid dried up
The experiences of Polish women who have made a life in Britain and flourished
President Obama says Turkey was right to defend its sovereignty
One of the Russian pilots whose jet was shot down by Turkey has been rescued in Syria
Somayya Jabarti is editor of the English-language Saudi Gazette.
Tennis player Sania Mirza on celebrity, the objectification of women and females in sport (R)
Russia-Turkey plane spat; Brussels lockdown lifted; will 2015 be hottest year on record?
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC. (R)
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with interviews and reports from across the world.
How do Kenyans feel about Pope Francis as he begins his first official African tour?
Somayya Jabarti is editor of the English-language Saudi Gazette. (R)
Downed pilot: no Turkey warning, 2015 likely to be warmest, Kenya welcomes Pope Francis
A senior Nestle executive tells us what the company plans to do about it.
Tunisia shuts Libyan border, Brussels schools and metro reopen, Einstein anniversary
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The transfer of drug-resistant infections between pets and owners
US bombed Afghan hospital due to 'human error'; Raqqa sisters; Climate change answers
The experiences of Polish women who have made a life in Britain and flourished (R)
The complex business of dying in Greece
Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.
Nicole Jacinto asks how her fellow Filipinos are responding to climate change.
The transfer of drug-resistant infections between pets and owners (R)
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
The complex business of dying in Greece (R)