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Hong Kong psychologists test the effects of money from our generosity to agression
How Steve Jobs rebuilt Apple in the 1990s
Dr Oliver Johnson warns that the spike in Ebola cases in Guinea are a cause for concern
Satellite data reveal the large ice loss from the floating Antarctic Shelves
It's Australia vs New Zealand as Stumped previews the World Cup final with guests.
Can therapies based on these ancient techniques help modern afflictions?
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Canoeing the Grand Canyon - blind; World's largest labyrinth; Saving India's leopards
What changes lie ahead for the the fifth largest tyre producer as Chinese buy
A Germanwings plane carrying 150 people crashes in the French Alps
Saudi Arabia has launched a military operation in Yemen against Houthi Shia rebels
In the aftermath of the Germanwings crash several airlines adopt new procedures
Indiana based pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly is concerned the law may scare away talent
The blood, sweat and tears of being an independent film-maker, in India and Nigeria
3/3 Festival time in Patna and four local residents give an insight into daily life in India
2/2 Myanmar is home to some 135 distinct ethnic groups but can their languages survive?
Gaza's only grand piano is lovingly restored as music offers hope to troubled children
Interviews with Branislav Ivanovic, Sven-Goran Eriksson and Nigeria's Joseph Yobo
Enduring a Nigerian Election: Why one Nigerian writer can't wait for it to be over
Stories from Iranian atomic talks, Brazil, Tanzania, Texas oilfields and China's far west
Why are so many people setting up on their own micro-business in the UK?
How do you catch something that moves at 300 million meters per second?
Reporting elections and what listeners expect from the media
The young Bangladeshi refugee who won France's national chess championships
US photojournalist Lynsey Addario has been kidnapped in both Iraq and Libya
Nick Broomfield's new documentary investigates a serial killer dubbed The Grim Sleeper.
Zeinab Badawi is in Ghana with a panel of decision-makers to discuss: Ebola - what next...
Australian David Warren invented flight recorders which give clues to why planes crash.
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
George Brant on turning drones into drama, and confronting the morality of modern warfare
George Soros argues that Europe needs to give Ukraine more money to help prevent disaster
Yemen's Arab neighbours join the fight against Iranian-backed Houthi rebels.
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An audience in Mexico City debates whether recent protests add up to a ‘Mexican Spring’
Following the Germanwings A320 tragedy, are plane crashes becoming more common?
A review of the week with the latest news.
US troops in Afghanistan, Cameron out after three terms, troubles for Christians in India
Was Lee Kwan Yew an economic visionary or a controlling autocrat - or both?
The story of the Black Box flight recorder and the man behind it, David Warren
The latest eurozone talks, small businesses in Kosovo and a rather large lingerie empire
Professor Denny Mitchison was a pioneer in the search for a cure for tuberculosis.
The chemistry behind steel - one of humanity's most versatile and complex materials
In 1969 John Lennon of the Beatles and his new wife Yoko Ono staged a bed-in for peace
What are the big economic issues as Nigerians head to the polls?
In March 1963 the British government announced plans to slash the country's rail network
Can global poverty be wiped out in the next 15 years? The World Bank thinks so
In March 1995 Latino popstar Selena was shot dead in a Texas motel.
Photojournalist held captive in Iraq and Libya; Eurovision signer; Cuban female boxer;
Performance artist Kubra Khademi, Israeli novelist Ayelet Gundar and author Anne Tyler
The unexpected victory at Lord's in 1983 which put Indian one-day cricket on the map
The best global clubbing anthems, as nominated by DJs around the world
More Or Less asks if it’s true breastfeeding increases babies’ IQ.
The BBC's weekly UK pop chart countdown
Greek German relations, Russia's threat to Denmark, "The Irrationality of AA"
Influential group of MPs says Islamic State influence poses new dangers
Where is Yemen's president? And, remembering two opera stars on the Germanwings flight
Saudi fighter planes in Yemen, Iceland's genetic profile, Germanwings cockpit recording
Dan goes to Scotland for a look ahead to the UK general election
Is the world governing body of netball right not to promote the men's and mixed game?
Edward Stourton looks back at the life of Lee Kuan Yew, who transformed Singapore into ...
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Praise for the Purple Prince. And tackling Ebola through the media
Buey Tut, a refugee from South Sudan, returned to his country to help drill for water
Chigozie Obioma on his novel The Fishermen and Kenneth Branagh on Cinderella movie
Hans Rosling and Tim Harford on the recent outbreak of Ebola and Africa's development.
Does the future of Tibet and the unity of China rest on an esoteric question of rebirth?
Is American capitalism in danger of collapse?
What can the life of Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people, tell us about Norwary today?
Voting begins across Nigeria, ex-girlfriend of 'crash pilot' speaks, Vietnam War music.
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
Challenging sport's definition of female; a year of Ebola; did China learn from Lee KY?
An Airbus A320 carrying 150 people has crashed in the French Alps - no reported survivors
Live in Havana on Cuba changes, Clarkson dropped, Yemen in turmoil
The pilot of the plane that crashed in the Alps may not have been fit to fly.
At the mercy of people smugglers, how do refugees make their often perilous journeys?
A warning that all countries need to be clear of Ebola before the danger is over.
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Who is the man Iraqi’s are calling the Angel of Death, Abu Azrael? Trending investigates.
"For my fellow filthy rich...wake up, people - it won’t last” warns Nick Hanauer
Why more than 50 countries around the world still execute certain criminals
Reintroducing a regal fish, Hucho Hucho aka the 'Danube salmon', to the Sava River
How air pollution obscures even bright sunshine in Chinese cities
Broadcasting from the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge, with Rory Cellan-Jones.
The company's chief executive tells us why he thinks it's "good news" for all involved.
Accident investigators head to the French Alps to find out the cause of the Airbus crash.
Heinz reveal plans to merge with Kraft in the latest mega-merger in the world of food
The 'deliberate' destruction of Germanwings flight 9525 raises airline security questions
How can Nigeria's next president defeat Boko Haram and restore business confidence?